- A social media user from Omaha, Nebraska, Michelle Troxclair, has delivered school supplies and backpacks to pupils at a school in Africa
- Troxclair and her team also provided lunch to the school kids
- The US-based woman, who is on a trip to Ghana, disclosed that a school is being built for them
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In the spirit of love, Michelle Troxclair, a social media user from Omaha, Nebraska of the United States, has put smiles on the faces of students at a school in the Volta Region.
Troxclair and her team went to the school to deliver school supplies and backpacks to the students to help them in their studies, she said in a Facebook post.
The team also provided the pupils with lunch to liven their day, as they shared joyful moments with the school children.
''Ok, [I] had a very spiritually filling day today. Went to the Volta Region with awesome people to provide lunch, school supplies and backpacks to some pretty awesome kids!'' her post read.
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Highlighting the kind deed, Troxclair disclosed that a new school is being built for them, as she showered praises on a team member who made it possible.
''A new school is currently being built for them. Michael NanaKofi Owusu Nkansah is an amazing guy for setting this up. He says it’s his 3rd trip to the school, which is located in a rural area,'' she added.
Troxclair shared heartwarming photos with the post on Facebook.
Teacher Provides Free School Uniforms for Pupils
Meanwhile, Fredrick Mensah, a class one teacher at Mankessim M/A "A" School in the Central Region, has provided six of his pupils with free school uniforms on behalf of a donor.
Fredrick Mensah, a twin and comic actor, also manages the Facebook and YouTube Channel of Twins Diaries, a platform they created to share videos of their skits and initiatives.
In a recent Facebook post, Fredrick Mensah disclosed that a Good Samaritan named Tenisha Rosand reached out to him after posting about his love for his work as a teacher.