On Father’s Day, Nana Kwanin Kwanfo II celebrated with orphans in Kumasi thanks to a partnership between The World Tour & Entertainment and Juaben-Appiayinasehene in the Juaben Municipality of the Ashanti region.
In honoring and celebrating dads for their sacrifices, leadership, mentorship, and remarkable roles they have played in communities over the years, Ghanaians joined the rest of the globe.
The festival, which is commonly recognized on the third Sunday in June, has steadily gained support in Ghana as a supplement to Mother’s Day.
Instead of the former practice where a few media outlets welcomed callers to share their upsetting father-child interactions, Ghanaian men are now celebrated through the giving of cards, gifts, dining out, well-wish messages, and other forms of displaying appreciation.
The World Tour and Entertainment in Kumasi held a Father’s Day outdoor program with several orphans under the illustrious patronage of Appiayinasehene – Nana Kwanin Kwanfo II.
The event ran from early in the morning until late in the afternoon at the Shower Playing Ground-Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.
Speaking at the program, the CEO of World Tour & Entertainment Mr. Kwaku Atwere in an interview with Ghanatodayonline.com correspondent, Nana Asare Barimah indicated that, because of the awful nuts, it has become difficult for us (men) to be admired, but I am delighted the trend is changing for the better.
When questioned about the purpose of the event, he responded that The World Tour and Entertainment intended to make orphans happy while the rest of the world was honoring fathers.
Being a father requires a great deal of dedication to one’s family, as well as significant financial, emotional, and physical investments in the household, neighborhood, and country. A lot of us try our best. He said, “I love being a father.”
Nana Kwanin Kwanfo II, Juaben Appianyinasehene promised that the Father’s Day Out with ORPHANS will be an annual event and he is going to always work with World Tour and Entertainment to make it possible. He also donated a sum of Ghc 10,000 to the charity homes that were present as a sign of his fatherly love for the orphans.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Nana Asare Barimah