Catholic Archdiocese of Accra Supports Residents at ”City of God”
The Catholic Archdiocese of Accra has donated food items and personal preventive equipment to support the activities of “City Of God”, a project of the Church at Agbogloshie, Accra.
“City of God” is the name adopted by the Church in Accra to replace what is otherwise known as “Sodom and Gomorrah” and it is one of the several social services provided by the Archdiocese of Accra.
The food items included 100 bags of Rice, cartons of oil, tin fish, tin tomatoes and Indomie.
Other items were gallons of Sanitizers, Liquid Soap, Disinfectants, Bleach, pieces of Veronica Buckets and; Receptacles, boxes of tissues and pieces of face masks.
The presentation was made by the Vicar General Msgr. John Louis, on behalf of the Archbishop of Accra recently.
Msgr. Louis expressed the closeness of the Archdiocese to the vulnerable in the area and hoped that the little gesture would help alleviate the needs of residents during this era of coronavirus pandemic.
Rev. Fr. Subash Chitilapilli, the Priest-in-charge of the City of God Project, who received the items expressed appreciation to the Archdiocese for the support.
The donation follows some donations already made to other communities within the Greater Accra Region since Coronavirus pandemic in Ghana.
Some communities fortunate to have benefitted from the generosity of the Catholic Church in Accra include, Tema New Town, Dawhenya, Prampram, Koluedor, Afienya, Battor, Afienya, Parishes in Accra and many others.