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Chef Lifestyle, a food brand, has feasted street Children, Adults in Kumasi.

This was after they donated assorted items to over 500 Street People living in Adum and Asafo, a suburb of the Kumasi Municipality, on 25th December 2020.

The event, according to the food brand organization, was ultimately about creating a hunger-free Christmas and putting smiles on the faces of the poor, which in the end was achieved.

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Speaking to Hypercitigh.com, the CEO of Cheflifestyle said that the one-day program has had a significant impact on Street People especially adults, enabling them to enjoy and start the new year on a good note.

The event was intended to feed 500 street people on Christmas festivities. In the end, 600 people were fed in the surroundings of Adum and Asafo. The event was just a one-day program, but we believe it made a huge difference in someone’s life and gave them a memorable Christmas,” she said.

she added that The event was supported by , friends, family, and  Legendary Foods Africa located on the KNUST Campus. 

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“ This special charity initiative was sponsored by Akokono house and donations from friends and family.” 

About Cheflifestyle

Cheflifestyle is a food brand that is focused on throwing more light on the Ghanaian way of making food. We are into food content creation on social media and other websites where we create stimulating food pictures and videos geared towards teaching our audience basic cooking recipes and tips especially in the Ghanaian way. Our aim is to teach both Ghanaians and non-Ghanaians about our unique local cuisines and recipes as well as introduce them to our food processes and culture.  

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Cheflifestyle cares about the plight of the needy, the hungry, the homeless, and the helpless. In our quest to find a voice and a platform for these minorities and create an all-inclusive brand, we are creating a variety of programs that will capture these groups of people.

As a food brand, Cheflifestyle plans to introduce activities around food that is going to be held yearly which will draw more light and have a great impact on these sections of people. These activities aim to provide them with skills, some kind of exposure, and generate support for them. They include cooking competitions, food donations, cooking training, etc.

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