Lordpower Donates 200 Pairs of Crocs to Street Children in Accra


In a heartwarming gesture of giving back to society, Kenneth Kwame Seyram Kondo, popularly known as Lordpower, has donated over 200 pairs of crocs to street children in Accra.

Lordpower, a furniture entrepreneur and CEO of KKSK Innovations explained that this donation was part of social responsibility and giving street children something to wear.

Speaking on the sidelines of the presentation ceremony at the Accra Mall, Lordpower said that he wanted to make a positive impact on the lives of street children and hoped to reach thousands through this effort.

“I was touched to embark on this project because I realised that many street children often walk barefoot, which, as we all know, could be very dangerous to their lives.

“So I decided to give them these items for them to feel loved and know that they are not forgotten despite their predicaments.

“I intend to reach more of these street children in Accra and around the country as I offer them something to wear,” he intimated.

Lordpower also noted that these philanthropic efforts were inspired by the story of the furniture company, which gradually rose to be one of the top avenues for quality furniture.

According to the entrepreneur, he developed his skills in furniture at a young age and stands out as a promising talent in the industry.

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His craftsmanship and dedication have earned him a reputation as a skilled artisan, showcasing his creativity and passion in every piece he creates.

As he continues to make his mark as the youngest furniture maker in Ghana, Lordpower’s commitment to excellence and innovation is truly commendable.

With a heart full of compassion and a spirit of generosity, Lordpower also pledges to leverage his talents and resources to uplift those in need and contribute positively to society.

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