By Sandrine M.
Exercise and text books, cubes of savon were amongst the items donated by Debora Kiali Ayangwo to Internally Displaced Persons, IDP’s registered under PENASED, Pentecostal Advocates for Socio Economic Development.
The donation which was done at the head office of PENASED at Superette, Yaounde on Saturday August 23 is part of an initiative started by the donor several years ago.
“This is a passion I had long ago. While in Bamenda, I visited the orphanage yearly.” Debora told Insight244.
Debora Kiali Ayangwo
She equally explained her reason for choosing to donate at PENASED.
“When I came to Yaounde, I decided to continue what I had started in Bamenda so I asked a sister of mine who told me about PENASED and the underprivileged children registered under them so I decided to come visit the children with these things.” Debora explained.
She furthered by encouraging the children to stay steadfast almost everything.
“Keep trusting God, avoid bad friends, be disciplined and proactive”.
Debora Kiali Ayangwo equally called on everyone who can extend a helping hand to underprivileged children to do so once they have the means.
“Children are blessings to us and if we have and don’t share we are not doing God’s word. My brothers and sisters out there should learn to take care of the needy.”
Alexine Berinyu is one of the children who benefited from this gesture and expressed her satisfaction.
“I want to say a big thank you for the things we have received today. I am really happy may God continue to bless her”.
Debora Kiala was received at PENASED by Blanche Njike, Luc Angoula and Burnley Prudencia who appreciated her gesture.
The Non governmental organisation, PENASED has over 500 registered IDP’s.
some of the items donated to the children