The donation was in response to Madam Asante’s appeal for financial support published by the Ghanaian Times on Wednesday, March 10, 2015.
Last month two of the bank’s staff, Nana Yaw Kesse, Head of Marketing and Corporate Affairs and Mr, Samuel Forson, Treasury and Investment Officer together donated a total of GH¢1,000 to the victim.
First Capital Plus Bank also donated another GH¢1,000 to two- year old, Bright Agyapong, whose right eye has been affected by a type of cancer, diagnosed as neuroblastoma, acute myeloid leukemia or retinoblastoma for which the parents need GH¢3,000 for him to undergo immediate surgical operation and another GH¢2,000 for treatment.
Presenting the money to the victims on behalf of the bank through The Ghanaian Times in Accra yesterday, Nana Yaw Kesse, encouraged Ghanaians, especially, the rich and other organisations to go to the aid of people in need.
He appealed to the government to place Madam Asante on a monthly allowance as her means of livelihood.
By Jennifer Apprey.