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Will This Be The End of My Dreams? I Hope Not – Autism Awareness 

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Will This Be The End of My Dreams? I Hope Not – Autism Awareness 

Autism is a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by great difficulty in communicating and forming relationships  with other people.
Years back autism was not recognized by the vast majority of population in Ghana.
Sadly today, even among the well known disability groups in Ghana, autism as a disability is considered to be a lesser disability.
For this purpose, Twellium Industrial Company Limited through Verna Chaning Lives Campaign is creating awareness about Autism by  engaging 3 beautiful autistic girls who had dreams of becoming actresses, models and a photographers paired them with great celebrities such as Juliet Ibrahim, Naa Ashorkor, Anita Akuffo, Deborah Vanessa, Victoria Lebene, Afi Antonio, Charlotte Derban and other top models who helped realize their dreams by endorsing the brand during the launch of the new classy and style defined Verna.
The young ladies were given the platform to officially launch the products at the launch which was held at the Labadi Beach Hotel on Saturday 18th November 2017.
It’s a dream for them, to feel for once the sense of importance for them in our community we live in. We, at Twellium made that dream come through by allowing them play a major part in endorsing the new Verna Brand alongside with our celebrities. This goes on to spell out our vision of touching people’s lives with the Verna Changing Lives initiative powered by Twellium Foundation.
Proceeds made from patronizing this brand goes a long way to help someone out there in pressing need to live a better life.
Purchase a bottle of the all new sleek and stylish Verna Natural Mineral Water today and support a worthy cause.
Verna Natural Mineral Water after three (3) years of its emergence onto the Ghanaian market decided on repositioning the brand focusing on style and fashion to appeal to consumers to consume more water (Verna Natural Mineral Water)
Verna Natural Mineral Water now comes in a classy and style-defined branding of Pink and Blue; a Bolder, unique and outstanding logo with a yoghurt pink cap, giving it that sleek and stylish look for a premium water brand. It also has on it the changing lives logo which talks about the support for the needy by the company.
Verna Natural Mineral Water is the premium water brand in Ghana that loves to give back and support the less privileged in society.
Check out the touching video below
https://youtu.be/id56Xc0Pugs
By Barimah Amoaning Samuel
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