Actress Zynnell Zuh was the center of attention when she attended an event ‘Glam Africa Ball‘ held recently to raise funds to care for children suffering from Autism.
Her low plunging dress showing almost all of her breasts got people talking.
The event organized by My Sister’s Keeper Foundation in partnership with Glam Africa Magazine to raise an amount of GHc 250,000 to support the project.
In attendance was His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, and their daughters, Gyankroma Akufo-Addo, Valerie Obaze, and Edwina Akufo-Addo.
The project was to put the spotlight on autism and support scores of children on the Spectrum, cared for at the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre (AACT) in Accra.
Autism is a highly variable neurodevelopmental disorder, which usually affects children at the early stages and presents among other things, great communication and emotional challenges for them.
The funds were raised from different sources, including selling the dinner tables at the glam event, auctioning items including outfits from the Nineteen 57 by KOD clothing line, Modella B fashion, paintings from the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre, art work from respected Ghanaian artist Kofi Agorsor as well as a brand new vehicle courtesy of Svani Motors which was raffled on the day.
The funds, organizers say would be used to improve the lives of the 50 children with ASD being cared for at the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre, RUN BY Aunty Serwah Quaynor, giving these children a new breath of life and hope, as well as to raise much-needed awareness for ASD.