Foto Copy: 8-year-old Ghanaian rapper sets to enrol street kids in school

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8-year-old musician, Kallai Nana Qwaachi, popularly known as Foto Copy is coming up with an initiative that will see street kids being enrolled in school.

Foto Copy who is popular for his ‘School Dey Be’ hit single featuring Shatta Wale wants to make child education his priority hence coming up with such an initiative to get the less privilege and the hopeless educated as well.

He was speaking on Skyy Power 93.5FM’s award-winning entertainment show, the OC Showbiz on Saturday, January 8, which he made known, it saddens his heart to see some people not having the opportunity to enjoy the right education due to their background.

According to him also, education is the key to success and he has had a taste of it which he believes every child must do as well.

The initiative advocating for formal education for all classes of people has not yet been launched but he believes it will be a success when the initiative finally takes off.

Foto Copy Featuring Shatta Wale ‘School De Be’

In other news on skyypowerfm.com Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale, has finally launched his much-awaited ride-hailing platform called “Shaxi”.

The multiple award-winning musicians was on Wednesday joined by fellow celebrities in Accra for the launch of the ridesharing project ‘Shaxi’, a portmanteau of ‘Shatta’ and ‘taxi’,

According to the musician, the vision behind Shaxi was to create a sustainable business with a focus on providing employment for the teeming unemployed Ghanaians.

Shatta Wale in an appreciation video was elated with the launch of the platform and Ghanaians for their unwavering support as well as team members that supported the project.

“Everybody knows the love I have for the youth of Ghana and how I want to see them doing well. I want to see the boys on the streets move from being unemployed and get gainful employment.

“I have always wanted to use the blessing God has given me to make an impact in the society and that is how Shaxi dream was born. At the end of the day, we want to make an impact and leave our mark.

“Shaxi is not just Shatta Wale and friends but a Ghanaian project for Ghanaians so let’s all embrace it as our own to make Ghana better for us,” he said.

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