After an exciting star-studded showcase of the new AfricaMagic channels in Accra, MNet Africa has also donated $5000 to the Ghana Parents Association for Childhood Cancers at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, as part of its corporate social responsibility. Actor Desmond Elliot, Big Brother Africa host IK Osakioduwa and 53 Extra presenter, Eku Edewor joined Ghanaian stars, Majid Michel, Jackie Appiah and Chris Attoh to interact with the children. They also made their private pledges and donations. The Ghana Parents Association for Childhood Cancers seeks to create public awareness of childhood cancer, to support parents who have a child undergoing cancer treatment and to assist with treatment costs. Further donation can be made to their account at Ecobank Ridge branch, account number 0010084421904201. An autograph session was also held at the Accra Mall on Friday to enable fans to meet their MNet Stars. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]]]>
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