The philanthropic efforts of Alhaji Seidu Agongo, Founder and Owner of Class Media Group, is set to be extend to the Volta Region to aid vulnerable individuals affected by the Akosombo and Kpong dams spillages.
The artificial flooding incidents have led to significant losses in the region, impacting the livelihoods of many.
Class Media Group, known for operating various media outlets, including CTV, Accra FM, Class FM, Ho FM in the Volta Regional capital, and others, aims to provide support to those who have suffered due to the man-made flood disaster.
Alhaji Agongo has specifically targeted vulnerable groups such as single mothers, widows, and People With Disabilities (PWDs), aiming to help them restore their lives and livelihoods.
His donation, consisting cash amounts, is scheduled to take place at the Royal Masito Palace in Mepe, located in the North Tongu district of the Volta Region.
Mr Agyemang Oppong Peprah, the Business Development Manager for CMG, in an interview on the Ghana Yensom morning show hosted by Odehyeeba Kofi Essuman on Accra 100.5 FM on Thursaday November 16, 2023 emphasised that the focus is on the vulnerable population that has experienced losses in theiryeeba n livelihoods.
Mr Peprah mentioned that various essential items such as mattresses, water, and food have already been provided to the affected communities.
''With water levels receding, the initiative aims to empower people to resume their livelihoods and rebuild their lives,'' he said.
The theme for the donation event is 'Restoring Lives and Livelihood of Akosombo Dam Spillage Victims'.
This philanthropic effort follows earlier donations of food items and essentials by Class Media Group since the onset of the flood disaster.