Keeny Ice partners with Schools Support Project to pay schools for a fan

The rapper indicated absorbing Vincent’s school fees is one of the charity activities he will be doing under KICA Foundation this year together with the Schools Support Project(NGO) to ensure enough input at the Basic school level in rural Ghana. 

Ghanaian musician, Keeny Ice on Sunday, 1st May,202 promised to pay one year  school fees for a  teenager and staunch fan who sang most of his songs at  “HangOut with Keeny Ice” at Eleme Beach Resort at Kedzi in the Keta Municipal District of the Volta region.

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Explaining how he spotted Vincent, the ABM Global signee said he noticed the boy was gradually moving from his extreme left to the right side where there’s a little  space for him to stand and sing. He then invited him to come on stage and to his surprise, Vincent was about to do most of his songs including “Gankivi”, “Money” “Aflao border boy” a remake of Sarkodie’s “Original” and  “Get money” released five years ago.

The rapper indicated absorbing Vincent’s school fees is one of the charity activities he will be doing under KICA Foundation this year together with the Schools Support Project(NGO) to ensure enough input at the Basic school level in rural Ghana.

HangOut with Keeny Ice is a periodic event started in December in 2022 by ABM Global for Keeny Ice to be hanging out with fans and music lovers once a while – as a way of activating the brand at all levels. The first edition took place at JCITY Pub & Restaurant at Juapong then to Fali’s fruit bay in Ho. The just ended one is the third edition organized by Vibers sports, Eleme Beach Resort with Technical support from AM Global, Jonilar.net, Shugga creatives, Volta large and hosted by On-Air-Personality, Martin rouny of Sand city 88.9FM in Keta .

Before the wrap up, Keeny Ice announced that his second Ep, “Sound check” is expected to be out this month on KeenyIce.com and all music streaming platforms worldwide.

Date for the next edition of HangOut with Keeny Ice will be made public next month. Event organizers and venue owners can also call for partnership.

 Keeny Ice partners with Schools Support Project to pay schools for a fan

 

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