‘MO MUA’ means literally, to have a short laugh in Sisaali. Its meant to be the rallying point on which the general public can contribute their widows mite in the form of: clothes, shoes, grains, food stuff, cash, detergents, confectionary, donations to enable RadfordFM continue to contribute to the needy, helpless and marginalized in our communities. Ahead of Christmas, there is the need to gather resources for the underprivileged, the host said. It was launched today on the Masie Breakfast Show by a former District Chief Executive Robert Baka Wavei and Solomom Salia Mwangu where Mr Robert gave a seed cad donation of Five hundred Ghana Cedis.
         Launching it,
the retired health professional reminded the listeners of the act by RadfordFM as the ‘situation of ants, who get together to solve their challenges’. In this world many people fall sick and find it difficult to take care of themselves, aside the many challenges that confronts all of us.’ He expressed that once we don’t know what tomorrow has in store for us, he is encouraging all the public to contribute to this charitable course.
        Kanyan Theresa Hajua coordinates the ‘MO MUA RADFORD CHARITY’ where she recounted RadfordFM help extended to a student whose purse got missing and was supported in 2011,
help extended to a female student of Tumu college of Education in 2016,support to national ambulance in the form of tyres, support to workers whose house got burnt ,raised funds for the needy during Eidul Adha, raised about Ten thousand Ghana Cedis for 4year old Mark who needs 30,000 to undergo surgery, Madam Sakina who is battling with a kidney problem and many more. The telephone numbers to reach with support are: 0209118450, 0208489472, 0206247447. Account No: GCB,0021130006479
On behalf of the management, Lardi Issah Ruth thanked all for the act of gesture and encouraged the masses to contribute.


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