Kwesi Nyantakyi's wife donates to Orphans Featured
16 Jun

Kwesi Nyantakyi's wife donates to Orphans

In the heat of the unfolding fate of former Ghana Football Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi, photos of the charity works of his wife, Christine-Marie Nyantakyi have surfaced online. 
A very popular guest of Vision One morning show and founder of Eye of the Lord Orphanage Home, Mr. Samuel Kwapong Darko is pleading with Ghanaians to minimize the insults and stop being judgmental on Anas’ Number #12 “When Misconduct and Greed Become the Norm.” 
He said; “it’s impossible for me to see the video because I’m blind but my advice to any third party is to identify that good thing.”
In an interview with him this morning at the orphanage home in Nsawam, Mr. Darko revealed how helpful Mrs. Christine-Marie Nyantakyi has being to his orphanage in the past years. 
“I never knew she’s the wife of Kwesi Nyantakyi until the family photos came out. She might not like the donation part but I have to say because listening to the comments my assistance read to me, oh Jesus! I wonder why people attack anyone they barely know. Nyantakyi’s wife is a very good woman” he added.
The last time Mrs. Nyantakyi visited was on her birthday, March 19th 2018. She made a cash donation among other items. 
She refused to talk to our team when we called but promised to do that interview after her husband’s Press Conference/Press Release. When asked about the date for the conference or release, she said; “Very soon”
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