Charles Ohene Kwame Frimpong to raise 100,000 cedis to support female prisoners

Ghanaian businessman and philanthropist Charles Ohene Kwame Frimpong is said to raise fund to support female prisoners in Ghana through the sales of Bofrot puff puff on the street.

The businessman is using a campaign theme “one life, one bite” to solicit for fund from individuals, public and private institutions to make this vision a reality.

Ohene Kwame frimpomg is looking at raising 100,000 cedis to help these female prisoners as a form of hope and opportunity for a better welfare.

Donations can be given through Smart frimpong foundation via the momo number 0559854717.

Dr. Ohene Kwame Frimpong has over the years supported the less privileged in his community Asante Akim Agogo and recently registered 788 inhabitants of Asante Akim North unto the National Health Insurance Scheme through his Salt Media GH Foundation.

The young Ghanaian investor owns and runs the SALT Media Group — owners of SALT 95.9 FM in Agogo in the Ashanti Region, May Day Entertainment, and Saltfmonline.com. He also runs a real estate business, owns KLF Forex Bureau at Spintex in Accra, and an African Restaurant in Chicago, USA.

He also owns the Smart Group of Companies, which has the Smart Hygiene Sanitizer as one of its flagship products.

Ohene Kwame Frimpong is the Executive Chairman of Wealthbridge Limited, the owner of the famous Kub’s Original Bofrot Puff Puff where he is the majority shareholder.

Kub’s Original Bofrot Puff Puff also operates a subsidiary in the UK, where it produces to meet the needs of consumers in the UK market.