As part of the 3-day Music and Arts Festival, dubbed, ‘TINA Festival –Kente Party’ – UK-based Ghanaian Afrobeats artist, Fuse ODG has showcased his intentions to build a Secondary School in Akosombo,in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The artist made the revelation when he led a team of volunteers to the World Mission School and Charity, an institution he established a few years ago, as part of the TINA Festival for the ‘Nation Builders’ Day’.
He stated that, the School, which is only up to the Primary Level, has been extremely beneficial to the people of the Community and it is only appropriate for the Secondary School Level to be established to cater to the pupils who will complete their primary education as well as others within the close to the community.
The artist and his team have already fixed the foundation and expect the School to be complete by September, this year.
The Global Diaspora conference, which will be held today, will be looking at discussions and talks from top thought leaders from the continent on how to take Africa beyond aid and how to mobilize the sleeping giant of the Diaspora.
Speakers for the conference include President Nana Akufo-Addo, Samia Nkrumah – Political activist, Reggie Yates – BBC TV broadcaster and Ama K Abebrese – Actress. Others are Chaka Bars of I Heart Africa and Fuse ODG.
The festival will be climaxed with a concert on Friday, January 4, 2019 at Round Pavilion at Trade Fair Centre in Accra. Artistes expected to perform are Stefflon Don, Lethal Bizzle, Sarkodie, Fuse ODG, Kidi, Kuami Eugene, Joey B, and many others.