In a heartwarming display of compassion and community spirit, 3Music TV marked its one-year anniversary by spreading joy and making a difference. Led by the CEO, Madam Rashid Abdulai, the 3Media Networks team paid a special visit to the Dzorwulu Special School on November 27th.
The atmosphere was filled with excitement and appreciation as the team presented the school with a variety of essential items. Bags of rice, bottles of drinking water and drinks, tissue papers, detergents and more were donated to support the school's needs.
The teachers and heads of the school expressed their deep gratitude for this thoughtful gesture. The students, filled with happiness, were thrilled. It was a truly memorable day for everyone involved.
This act of kindness exemplifies the commitment of 3Music TV to make a positive impact beyond the world of music and entertainment and have brought smiles to the faces of the students and staff of Dzorwulu Special School.
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