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January 18, 2022



Covid-19: Compu-Net and O2- Pub feed the needy.

Apr 19, 2020

As part of measures to support the vulnerable and needy in this period of covid-19 lockdown, Compu-Net Help The Needy in collaboration with O2-Pub and Restaurant has provided cooked food for over 400 people in and around Atonsu Agogo, Chirapatere, Asafo fittingshop area and Gyinyaasi.

This benevolent exercise started on Monday 13, April 2020 and ran through to Friday 17, April 2020. Daily food supplies were taken to vantage points in the above-mentioned areas every morning.

The project has been excessively supported by Mr Michael Owusu Anno, CEO of O2-PUB who is a UK based security expert and Mr Edward Kwame Nkrumah CEO of CompuNet Schools: CompuNet ICT Tarining Center and CompuNet Kiddie Care.

The CEO of CompuNet Schools is also the project director of Compunet Help Needy Foundation(CHTNF), an NGO set up in 2002.

CHTNF over the years have made donations to Kumasi Children Home, Edwenease Rehabilitation Center, Ashan Home, Rhema Foundation and many more.

Mr Michael Owusu Anno has blessed and transformed the lives of many people in Ghana and overseas.
He is always touched by the plight of the less privileged and vulnerable in the society hence his willingness to partner CompuNet  Help The Needy Foundation during this lockdown period.

Nana Anno together with his Family and Friends in abroad, has contributed a lot towards this Covid 19 Feed the needy CAMPAIGN.

During the "feed the needy" exercise Mr Edward Kwame Nkrumah advised the people to stay home and obey the laid down precautions by the Ghana Health Service to avoid the spread of the virus.

He encouraged others to mindful of the needy and support the less priviled ones in this difficult time.

Last modified on Monday, 20 April 2020 14:34
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