Ghanaian and Africa’s Youngest Philanthropist and Ambassador for Peace, Marcus Love Anafu yesterday paid a courtesy called on the king of the whole mamprugu kingdom, Naa Nabolgu Nasheriga Bohobu in his resident in Nalerigu in the northern region.
The purpose of the visit is to partner hand in hand with him to provide school and educational materials for one of this community called Zambulkura, which lacks education in the area.
Chief of Zambulkura and his community will be benefiting from this project.
When this project is completed, it is going to help closed to thousand children in the area who sit under trees to study and also upgrade their school academic system.
Marcus Anafu the well-known young Ghanaian philanthropist who founded a charitable organization at age 17 and heads it as its Chief Executive Officer form since till now has been working to help children to get higher education in Ghana through providing them with, classroom, textbook, and many more.
The registered NGO which goes by the name Love Foundation Club has grown to be one of the impactful youthful charity organization in the whole of Africa and especially in West Africa.
Starting in 2016, the foundation now has members and volunteers coming from around the sub region with some even as far as the Zambia, South Africa-Lesotho and many foreign countries.
With the vision of becoming a worldwide organization that will be well rooted in the fight against poverty, streetism, hunger and all other human sufferings especially among children, the foundation has brought together several youths across Africa to work toward this.
Marcus Love Anafu whose own life is the inspiration behind the founding and the work of the organization seeks to inspire other young Africans to rise up from all their afflictions and help make life better for the less privileged.
Since peace is not only equated to the absence of war, the mission of Love Foundation Club is basically to champion the need of peace, quality education and health of the less privileged especially in our part of the world, Africa.