MP for Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Agyapong has pledged via a phone call to Net 2 TV that he’ll donate $100,000 to help stranded Ghanaians in Lebanon to get back home.
A few days ago, a video went viral that saw some group of Ghanaians of which the majority are women stranded at the Ghanaian embassy in the Middle East country, Lebanon.
According to them, they’re facing hardships in the country and that they desire to come back to their families in Ghana. They were promised to be evacuated at the fastest possible time to Ghana. However, for weeks now, they haven’t heard anything from the Government.
So they’re pleading with the Government to come to their rescue else they may die of the severe suffering.
Kennedy Agyapong after coming across the trending video said he has been touched so he has decided to donate $100,000 so that the stranded people can be transported back to Ghana.
Watch the video below: