Ethel Eshun, known music circles as eShun, has made a donation to children with autism in Cape Coast.
The singer donated learning materials, assorted drinks and bottled water to the Autism Compassion Africa Centre at Ola in Cape Coast on Wednesday, August 1, 2018.
She was accompanied by her manager, Stephen Mensah, and a specialist in children with special needs, Ruth Baah.
[contextly_sidebar id=”sduxN8uiLWGImFKDEW7TyHgmVUwCVmyd”]The ‘Fa Me Kor’ hit maker asked admonished people to pay attention to special place in their hearts for children with special needs.
According to her, the world would be a better place if support was given to such persons.
“I realised it was a good thing to do. We’ve been everywhere and I needed to come and support people with autism. Most of the time we visit everywhere but fail to visit people special needs such as the children here at Autism Compassion Africa,” she said.
Clinical supervisor at Autism Compassion Africa, Akanksha Chhettri thanked the musician and her team for the gesture.
“One of our biggest goals is to integrate these individuals into our society. They are full of potentials and we need to care for them,” he said.
Eshun has hit songs like ‘I Want,’ ‘Fakye,’ ‘Someone Loves Me’ and ‘Meye.’
By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana