The event which came off on Friday, December 22 was planned to bridge the gap between inmates and families outside their walls.
Members of Essential Relief International and A Word On The Street Ministry stormed the Prison Yard with lots of Food and Drinks to feed over Four thousand (4000) Inmates.
With an atmosphere filled with love and care for these rejected inmates, the feast begun in a grand style, as senior inmates and officiating Prison Officers ushered Inmates from about Six (6) various prison departments, to enjoy mouth watering meals ranging from local to continental.
Music wasn’t left out, As the inmates Band dazzled each and everyone with gospel songs, Songs that pierced the heart and leaves you thinking, The passion, actions and speed to which the inmates pounced on the meals served, kept me asking, how often does this happen and for a day meant for joy and happiness tears couldn’t be eliminated.
In a chit-chat with the Chief Executive Officer of Essential Relief International, Mr Alexander Nutakor, said, “I am very fulfilled to see these inmates smile, there’s Joy in my heart and now am even scared the food wouldn’t be sufficient looking at how, the plan of serving each and every inmate per plate as changed into two to three plates.”
“Far from what is being heard about these people, As Ghanaians, we can play integral roles in making life wealth living for them,” he concluded.