The orphans who were drawn from various branches of the Church expressed their joy on the day of Jesus Christ’s birth and they really felt at home.
Nana Kyei Manu, Media Relationa Director of OCF said this is the third in the series of annual events to share the yuletide with the under privileged. He noted that Santa at Home is crafted to exhibit the essence of Christmas which is the hope that God gave to mankind by sending Jesus Christ to save the world.
He said Santa at Home offers the orphans, caregivers and Team OCF the opportunity to celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ in grand style amidst Christmas presents, poetry, choreography, mentoring, carols, buffet and a lot of fun-filled acts.
Akosua Fremah Manu also hinted that Santa at Home is focused on providing Christmas presents to make the children feel wanted and appreciated during the festive season.
She said some of the beneficiaries of the programme were drawn from Rising Star Home at Dodowa and Ghana Make A Difference Home at Gomoa Dbayin.
She stressed that the media is very important in their activities and requested for a partnership with SportsinGhana.com to propagate their messages and events.
Madam Rosemary Adu-Poku who was special guest of the occasion advised the children to be disciplined and obey instructions. She said the Tesana Baptist Church was very glad to be associated with OCF and will do every thing to support them in their right cause.
She appealed to other corporate bodies to come on board to make the orphans happy at Christmas time.
The children has a good time with Santa Claus before going home as he donated special gifts in boxes to the children.
Credit: Sammy Heywood Okine