Rapper Kofi Mole Spends His Birthday With Children With Autism In Accra
Kofi Mole spends his birthday with children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder to show his support for Autism Awareness
On April 16th, 2021, Rapper and Singer Kofi Mole and his team visited Autism Awareness Care and Training Center in Haasto, Accra to spend his birthday with the Autistic children at this center.
As we all know, April is World Autism Awareness Month, and this young rapper/singer also happens to be born in April. During his visit, he donated several items, including toilet papers, liquid soaps, paper towels, hand sanitizers, antiseptics, detergents, etc.
He also provided the children with meals and had lunch with them, after which he engaged them in several fun activities like drumming, singing, dancing, and gaming. It was so beautiful to see how engaging this visit was as Kofi Mole teaches the children to drum, clap, dance.
During his interview with Multi Media at the premises, Kofi Mole disclosed that he has a nephew with Autism, and that was what inspired him to do this.
He explained that people with Autism are not sick or abnormal, but they are like every other person and must be treated as such. He then pleaded with the Ghanaian society to create room for the autism population to thrive by accepting their differences.
Kofi Mole insisted that children with Autism are brilliant and possess unique talents that the world needs. Following this statement, he expressed how he was amazed to see some beautiful artworks, beads, and hand-made mats that were made by these children and showed his support to their works by purchasing some of these items for himself.
The executive director of Autism Awareness, Care and Training Center, Mrs. Serwaa Quainoo showed her appreciation to this young rapper and his team for the amazing thing they had done and for supporting autism awareness.
Mrs. Quainoo asked for more collaborations, support and partnership from Kofi Mole and the community as a whole.
As the 2-hour event was ending, Kofi Mole disclosed his intentions to continue supporting this center and participating in their upcoming 25th Anniversary.