Osebo The Zara Man, a Ghanaian fashionista has reportedly helped some 20 prisoners at the Kumasi Central Prison gain their freedom.
On Wednesday August 25, Osebo and a team of men went to visit the Kumasi Central Prison to make donations and also help free some prisoners who were up on parole.
Speaking in a video recorded at the prison yard, Osebo explained the joy that fills his heart seeing the 20 men go free and join their families.
“James 1:27 says religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world,” he said while addressing the press.
He also gave thanks to Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, founder of Kantanka Automobile, for his inspiration and aid.
“Our father, Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka started this philanthropy long ago. I started attending church in 1986. At that time, on every Saturday, we gave provisions to patients at hospitals.”
Reports have it that this is not the only selfless project the only Ghanaian man bold enough to wear kilt (man skirt) does in public.
He is said to have helped a hardworking disabled man who works as a cobbler with over GHc4000.
He was raising funds of Ghc2,500 to buy machines for the cobbler to work but his fans exceeded the target and ended up giving out GHc4000 instead.