INTRODUCTION

Most of our prison interviewees admit poverty and frustration pushed them into crime. This is why this segment is devoted to helping the poor, the voiceless and the underprivileged to skip the trap of crime and imprisonment.

This segment also shares the stories of exconvicts and their families that have received support from Crime Check Foundation as well as others who require support to re-integrate successfully into society.

Crimecheckghana features their concerns and solicits support to make their life worth living.

ATSU DONATES TO AWUTU CAMP PRISONS

Awutu Camp Prison receives donation from Crime Check Foundation. Crime Check Foundation, CCF through its donors have presented items worth four thousand Ghana cedis to the Awutu Camp Prison in the Central Region. They include clothes, bags of rice, quantities of tomato paste, cooking oil and walking aid for an inmate suffering from stroke. Presenting […]

Help! Accident Victim Cries

Stephen Bonney, a 22-year-old student awaiting his examination results needs financial support for medical attention at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). Bonney a native of Berekum in the Bono Region of Ghana said he had an accident on the Berekum road whiles returning home after the day’s work. He said he was rushed to […]

CCF Visits Alimatu

Crime Check Foundation CCF, pays a visit to Tumor patient, Alimatu Ali who has been scheduled for surgery at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital. 52year old Alimatu paid a visit to CFF’s facility some months ago to seek for financial assistance to undergo surgery which doctors said will cost nineteen thousand, four hundred and thirty-four Ghana […]

NURSE THIEF CONFESSES

25year old Bonye Alice, a second-year student of the Tamale Nurses and Midwifery Training College, was sentenced to six months in prison for stealing one thousand two hundred Ghana cedis. According to Alice, her parents do not earn enough salary to take care of her and her two siblings who are also in school. “My […]

HELP! GRANDMA CRIES

Grandmother of eight children, Mary Akosua Korankyewaa has given a chilling account of events leading to the death of her only daughter, Adwoa Dankwa, who died at the age of thirty eight. “My daughter had initially given birth to triplets and twins. She got pregnant again and brought forth another triplet, but unfortunately died a […]

CANCER WOMAN ELATED

Madam Mabel Donkoh gets support from Crime Check Foundation to undergo second phase of chemotherapy. Mabel Donkoh, she was diagnosed with cancer in the womb after visiting the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. “Early this year, January 2019, I experienced excessive bleeding so I went to Amasaman Hospital. I was given a referral letter to Korle-Bu Teaching […]

Church of Pentecost to build modern prisons in 4 regions.

The Church of Pentecost (COP) is to construct modern prison facilities in the Eastern, Volta, Western and Ashanti regions as part of its project to help address overcrowding in the country’s prisons. (COP) is to construct modern prison facilities in the Eastern, Volta, Western and Ashanti regions as part of its project to help address […]

CCF SUPPORTS WIDOW WHOSE HUSBAND WAS MURDERED BY ARMED ROBBERS IN KUMASI.

46year old mother of five, Juliana Korley received the shock of her life when she woke up one morning to the horrible death of her husband Mr. James Angmorteh Mensah at Pankrono Estate in Kumasi. She tells crimecheckghana amid tears, “I was asleep with my children when my husband came in from work. He decided to go […]

GRANDMA WHO PRAYS OVER WATER FOR GRANDCHILDREN TO DRINK TO BED RECEIVES CCF SUPPORT.

Madam Mary Maku will no longer have to pray over water for her three grandchildren to drink as their lunch because of the timely intervention of an NGO, Crime Check Foundation CCF. The 70 year old grandma had earlier disclosed to crimecheckghana in tears that she was finding it extremely difficult to take care of […]

ABDUL RAZAK FINALLY GETS SUPPORT TO MEDICAL SCHOOL

18 year old Abdul Razak Pelpuo has received support from Crime Check Foundation CCF, to pay his admission fee to enter the University of Development Studies (UDS) to study BSc Medicine. Mr Pelpou, a science student passed with 6As and 2Bs from Ghana Secondary Technical School in Takoradi, but has been sweating on the prospect […]