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I Donated Ghc10,000 Momo To My Fans During The Lockdown – Musician Tic

Iconic musician Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah best known as Tic in the showbiz space has ascertained that he’s willingly donated GhC 10, 000 to his followers via social media at the time which some part of Ghana was locked down as a result of government’s measures to curb the spread of Covid 19 at the time through his Mama Grace Foundation.

The musician, embarking on his #StopRapeNow project media tour, in an interview with Sammy Flex on SammyFlextv revealed how the project came by and the mechanism to execute it just as revealed to him in a dream there by disclosing, that, it’s a temporal project he would like to undertake and may not imperatively form an NGO which will obviously take time. Meanwhile, the host, Sammy Flex wanting to know more about his apparent Mama Grace Foundation questioned him why he did not put into effect the project in the Mama Grace foundation but rather separating it, which he disclosed that they are different entities and are supposed to operate differently.
“You know my mum is called Auntie Grace and I accorded her my EP title hence launching that project. The Mama Grace foundation. But this one have to be different from it. Through the Mama Grace Foundation, I gifted GhC 10,000 to my fans on social media when we were locked down.” He told Sammy Flex, the host.

Separating a project which could have been executed through an already established NGO Foundation by same individual is a bit weird. Viewers in this case, argues as to when and where he gifted the said GhC 10,000 that no one saw or heard of since all the celebrities who donated to their followers via social media were recognized and appreciated for the act.
The #StopeRapeNow, nevertheless, is a good course that all must join to put smiles on rape victims faces in our societies today.

Source: SmartNewsGh

Written by Jay Smart

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