Left To Rot Screens In Fordham, New York


All set for the screening of JoyNews documentary Left to Rot at the Fordham University Law School in New York in the United States of America Tuesday.  The event is a collaboration between some Ghanaian lawyers in the United States and the Fordham University Kwame Boateng, organisers, Osabutey. Ghanaians, Abubakar

All set for the screening of JoyNews documentary Left to Rot at the Fordham University Law School in New York in the United States of America Tuesday.


The event is a collaboration between some Ghanaian lawyers in the United States and the Fordham University.

It’s aimed at highlighting the grim state of Ghana’s prisons and galvanizing support to revamp them.

Joy News' Seth Kwame Boateng produced a new documentary, 'left to rot,' a sequel to 'Locked and Forgotten' which focused on the poor state of Ghana’s prisons.

Joy News' who is in Anny Osabutey in New York reports that people are enthused and organisers expect the auditorium to be filled to capacity for the screening of the documentary.

Joynews' Seth Kwame Boateng
One of the reasons for the screening is to solicit for support for and to improve conditions in Ghanaian prisons.

Seth Boateng is who currently on an educational program at the University has taken the opportunity to show his works to some Ghanaians and other nationals with the hope they can support his works and touch lives of his subject matter.

Anny Osabutey reports that Mr Boateng aims to raise funds for the some of the prisons to be able to buy drugs as well as to sink boreholes in some of the prisons to ease water challenges.

In attendance will be the Ghana Mission in New York, students of Fordham University, Ghanaians citizens living in New York and people of various origin.

Story by Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Abubakar Ibrahim
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