One of Ghana’s most active barber associations, Gh Active Barbers, will on February 14 partner Kasapa Fm to show love to members of the Weija Leprosarium.
Dubbed “Kasapa Kyer3 Wo D)”, the event is aimed at feeding members of the leprosarium while Gh Active Barbers also give them nice haircuts to show them love.
Gh Active Barbers is a non-profit foundation made up of a small group of barbers in Ghana who believe in using their craft to help the needy in society.
“We believe in giving because we know all hands are not the same that is why we offered to partner EIB Network to show love to these people,” Andrews Asare popularly known as Andies, the leader of the group, said.
Last year, the group undertook similar outreach projects to show love to inmates of the Nsawam prisons and also the School for the Blind in Akropong-Akuapem. On different occasions, the group has done several outreach programs with other organiszations throughout the country.
If you ever happen to meet several people in a queue on the University of Ghana campus trying to have a haircut, then you probably have walked into one of the pioneering barber shops of the Gh Active Barbers foundation.
Most students on the university campus and other surrounding campuses troop there daily to get nice haircuts that would later earn them some accolades. But there’s more to why so many people prefer a haircut from any member of the Gh Active Barbers group.
“ They have time for your hair,” Edwin, past student of the university said. no matter how many people are there, they will pay attention to your hair.”
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