At least, Moesha Budoung isn’t ‘chopping down’ people’s husbands or ‘sugar daddies’ for her personal gains but also to the benefit of the society.
Now, Moesha giving back to society has donated some learning materials TEBU M/A Basic School at Kasoa Domeabra.
The Instagram model donated educational items such as school desks, textbooks, pens to students of the TEBU M/A Basic School to improve the teaching and learning process.
Moesha Budoung in an Instagram disclosed how she was touched by a post pleading with the public to help students at the TEBU M/A Basic School with learning materials as the government has failed to do so.
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On the 19th of June 2018, I saw this article in the news , I felt sad and decided to locate the place. I took a whole day trying to find where this school is , I got to kasoa and I was told that the school and searching for is at a village called Domeabra. From kasoa town to the village is 1and half hour drive. So finally I got to the school ,for the love and passion I have for kids I got touched with all that they requested especially learning materials. So today I decided to donate desks, books , candies, biscuits , water, dresses and etc. I will plead with my fellow celebrities to help this little once.#[email protected]_appiah @[email protected] @delayghana @ibraah_one#everychildmatters
“On the 19th of June 2018 I saw the article in the daily newspaper about a school called TEBU/MA BASIC SCHOOL located at Kasoa Domeabra pleading to the government and individual bodies to come to their aid because they needed some learning materials for the love I have for children I decided to get them some learning materials like 300 branded books,50pens textbooks, 30 desks and other learning materials items . With the expressions on their faces, I feel happy I was able to help them with some of the things they needed. helping needy but brilliant children has always been my passion .i will like to thank God and @iamfloppysam for making this happen”.
The items were fully funded by Moesha Budoung’s Foundation which was launched this year.
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