Award winning rapper Strongman has promised to donate 5000 books to schools in Ghana with Ahmadiyya Senior High School in Kumasi being the first beneficiary.
As a rapper who put his career on hold until He completed University, it is an undeniable fact that education is of paramount importance to him and as such, this initiative is to encourage everyone to take their education seriously.
According to the rapper, it has been a lifelong dream to make an impact in the society not just with his talent but in other means that goes a long way to improve the lives of the youth in the country.
With Ahmadiyya Senior celebrating it’s 70-year anniversary and Strongman being an old student of the prestigious school, it was right to start with the school.
Presenting the books in person with the company of his manager and team members, the ‘Bossu’ hitmaker stormed the school with smiles beaming on the face of the students and staff upon seeing him.
In a Facebook post by Strongman dated 15th February, He said,
“It has always been a dream to give back to the society and in view of this I will be giving 5000 books 📚 to students as my project this year
Was able to start this project with my alma mater 👨🎓 T.I Amass Ksi last weekend 💫💫
Comment with a primary school, JHS or SHS close to you and myself and my team will be there to deliver some books”