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ABRAHAM ATTAH AND SIX FEET OF SPACE TEAM DONATE TO DEPRIVED SCHOOLS 

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ABRAHAM ATTAH AND SIX FEET OF SPACE TEAM DONATE TO DEPRIVED SCHOOLS 
Last Weekend, On 29th And 30th June 2018, The Six Feet of Space Team in Collaboration with Abraham Attah Of Abraham Attah Foundation and the Child President donated Shoes to deprived Schools in Two Regions (Cape Coast & Takoradi) And as well as Engaged in other Sanitation and Charitable Deeds.
As part of plans to pay their quota to supporting society, the six feet of space team, film being produced by Messiah Entertainment in partnership with E-Plus Solutions Network and Global Coin Community Help (GCCH) organized a series of activities with Abraham Attah and the child president and her vice. As part of the activities, the team donated Toms shoes to some deprived schools in Cape Coast , Takoradi and Secondi on Friday 29th June , then on Saturday 30th June, the team together with the sanitation ambassador partnered some women from Zoomlion to clean some principal streets of Takoradi where they also interacted with pedestrians about the need to keep Ghana clean and help make cleanliness a personal agenda for every citizen. 
They also used the day to pay a visit to the Father Care Orphanage Home in Takoradi where they donated some food items and Toms shoes from the Abraham Attah foundation to the brothers and sisters in the home. 
They also spent some hours 

interacting with them to answer all their questions on life, film production, their personal concerns and the new life of Abraham Attah and the child president. 
Messiah Entertainment which happens to be the production company for the first ever all African Unity movie “Six Feet Of Space” is known for its charitable deeds ahead of its major movies, For instance last year in one of its flagship films “The Hero” they made numerous donations in the Northern part of Ghana.
Press conference about the Africa unity movie “Six Feet of Space” was held last month on the AU day 25th May 2018, to discuss the casting, various phases of production and the roles Africa movies play in uniting the African Continet.

ABOUT SIX FEET OF SPACE 

 

In 1969, the world was stunned by the decree ordering all non-Ghanaians without Residence Permits to leave the country. It was received with mixed feelings. Much as the exercise was primarily understood to be the only stern measure to rescue the country’s ailing economy from strangulation and alien domination, many on grounds of fellow feeling abhorred the way it was carried out.
Of course, those who hailed it did so on various grounds some personal, some patriotic. Those who condemned it did so for humanitarian reasons, though some saw in it a glowing opportunity to rail a scathing criticism against the government in power.

Six Feet of Space, though a true assessment of the aliens’ situation, is the writer’s imaginative insight into how this social phenomenon affected a family in particular, and alien families in general, within the context of the aliens’ expulsion. By the time the film starts, Chief Amadi, a Nigerian national, had been living in Ghana for over twenty years, having settled there with his parents ‘when yet a boy’. All traces and reminiscences of home had been forgotten in the oblivion of long years. He had worked his way to wealth and had a Ghanaian wife with a son. 
He woke up one day as all days to face the hard-to-believe realities of life. How is he to solve the myriad problems that immediately face him emanating from the aliens’ expulsion order? Six feet of Space is a piece that seeks to address the effects of artificial boundaries in Africa established by man to separate himself from his fellow man and the issues of xenophobia attacks in parts of Africa.
By Barimah Amoaning Samuel 

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