TT Brothers Support Tema SOS Village

Giving to support Tema SOS Village is something my mum warned me never to quit for life -TT Brothers

Mr. Isaac Tetteh, Managing Director of T. T. Brothers Limited, distributors of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in Ghana has observed that giving to support the kids of Tema SOS Village is a responsibility he has been entrusted by his late mother with a warning never to quit for life.
“It’s something that we will be doing forever. Even if I’m no more, I hope my children will continue from where I’ve left of since it’s something my mum has warned me not to stop and since she is no more, it’s something I’m going to continue”.
Mr. Isaac Tetteh made this revelation in an interview with journalists on the sidelines of a donation exercise which took place at the Tema SOS Village on Easter Saturday morning.
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TT Brothers Support Tema SOS Village
The exercise saw his company, TT Brothers Limited repeated its old ritual which began for the past sixteen (16) years when it donated bags of rice, gallons of cooking oil, toiletries and drinks to the Tema SOS Village.
“Uncle T” as he is popularly known, is magnanimous in giving to support the poor and the needy in the society especially children.
For the past sixteen (16), New Year’s Day and Easter Seasons in the Tema SOS Village are special days his love for the kids heightens where he generously throws parties and donates to put smiles on their faces.
His pride to always reach out to the poor and the needy in the society is backed by joy.
“It is something that I’ve been doing all the time through the support of my partners abroad and I haven’t regretted doing it”, the benevolent MD said.
Village Director, Isaac Kojo Ackon, who received the items on behalf of the home, expressed appreciation to TT Brothers for the gesture, calling on other companies, institutions, organization and well-meaning individuals in the country to emulate TT Brothers Limited in order to make the life the children better. In a related story, a 12-year-old girl suffering from Rheumatic Heart disease needs help to undergo a surgery 
Source: Joseph Kobla Wemakor

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