Musical Circle 300, a supporters group of Kumasi Asante Kotoko in Accra, has organised a party for orphans at Nima, as part of their activities to mark this year’s Eid fitr celebration.

A total of 300 orphans were feted with  assorted food items, drinks,  learning aids, clothes and a host of other goodies to the children.

It was the group's contribution to ensuring that the less privileged   enjoyed the the annual Islamic festival, which comes a day after the holy month of Ramadan.

Members of the Circle spent a joyous four hours with the children eating delicious food and delectable desserts, dancing to a good DJ, chatting and playing games.

Speaking at the event, Chairman of Nima Circle 300 Abdul Razak Ismael said: “I am happy to be here among our children to celebrate Eid and together we hope to reap with the barakah the holy month of Ramadan brought."

"This time of the year is the time for us to look into ourselves and be grateful for the plentiful blessings that has been bestowed upon us, while at the same time, we should not forget those who are in need.

"This is the time to extend our hand and reduce their burden, so they can also embrace the joy of Eid celebration just like everyone else.”

According to Mr Razak, the musical group, which has remained one of the strongest Kotoko's circle, will continue to offers help to the needy as part of their contribution to the development of the community.

He also expressed gratitude to some leading members of Asante Kotoko club for supporting them throughout the Ramadan season.

By Fiifi Abdul Malik