As part of his plans to give back to the society this year, Ghanaian rapper and songwriter Strongman has donated books to his alma mater and promised to do more.
Last weekend, the “Nana Ama” hitmaker and his team stormed T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School – his alma mater – in Kumasi where he donated a number of books to the students.
According to him, it has always been his dream to give back to this society and this project will be his major work for the entire year.
“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,” he wrote on his Instagram page on Saturday, February 15. “Was able to start this project with my alma mater T.I Amass Ksi last weekend.”
He also asked is fans to mention schools worth his benevolence.
“Comment with a primary school, JHS or SHS close to you and myself and my team will be there to deliver some books.”
See below a photo gallery from the donation.