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WOW UNPRECEDENTED: 11yr old American Philanthropist extends benevolency on Ghanaian children, fetes Primary Schools with portable water


11 year old American Philanthropist, Khloe Thompson and Khloe Kares Foundation and Living Water Project have donated an ultra modern Borehole facility for Hemang R/C Primary School near Ankaase in the Afigya Kwabre South District of Ashanti Region on Sunday.

She cut a ribbon with Hemanhen, Nana Appau Wiafe Ababio Sanwansa to open the living water for the school.

In addition to this, the 11 year old young girl and her Foundation with Hemanhene unveiled a plaque of Museum of their ancestors who about 400 years ago enslaved by the white. They officially built and opened for tourism.

Speaking to heroesghnews.com, Khloe Thompson told Rexkin Ohene Boateng that at 8 years old when she noticed an issue with homelessness in her community in USA, seeing women living in the streets which she dedicated herself to serving others in her community and in Ghana.

3 years on her benevolency and her second time in Ghana Khloe Thompson empowered women and her age group to make a difference irrespective of their age.

The Chief and the entire community welcomed the young girl in a grand durbar.

The Chief presented many traditional items to *Khloe Thompson and Mother Alisha Thompson including Kente Cloth and Golden Sandals* and gave them a traditional name, *Khloe* was named as *Afia Boafoyena Konto* and her mother *Alisha Thompson was also named as Akosua Kyini. ** They were born on Friday and Sunday respectively.

In his welcome address Nana Appau Wiafe Ababio Sanwansa told them that they have come to their original native home from 400 years ago.

He used the occasion to showcase his few achievements after he assumed office as the Chief of the community.

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