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Posted on 2nd Oct 2018 Back to News



Twenty five years ago Christ the King raised money for Ahotokurom a leprosy project in Ghana. The money raised was used to build a community centre that today still carries the college name.


The college at Aquinas in the last few years has started the link again and has raised money which now helps children with special needs who are educated at the centre. Doctor Mark Mantey was born on the camp to parents who had leprosy. He now runs the centre and came to visit Aquinas to say thank you for our support and answer questions about the work of the centre. He invited students to consider volunteering at the centre.