Entertainment of Tuesday, 15 January 2013
Ghana’s King of RnB Chemphe, after a successful launch of his double P (Campaign for Peace and Against Poverty) project in Accra in 2012, has received one of the biggest surprises of his life.
Chemphe devoted most part of 2012 to pursue his social projects which he made very good strides in the Central and Greater Accra region.
The artiste intends providing basic facilities to “hasuodzie” village, one of the beneficiaries of the project.
Chemphe believes that efficient education and resource allocation is one of the most strategic ways of curbing poverty in Africa. Chemphe added that though the project is funded by his record label (E-Jam Records), he won’t hesitate to accept corporate bodies and media who want to join the campaign since there is a lot to be done.
He mentioned that though the “Global Citizen” song is getting good airplay in Norway where I was released last year, Ghana is about to experience the real outcome from the lyrics of the song.
He mentioned that the project song’s video will be launched this year though the radio stations are permitted to start giving it a very good airplay to promote the project.
Due to the effectiveness of the project, Chemphe has been added to the Care International Headquarters Wall of Fame.
The picture which was taken locally made its way to the Headquarters of Care International to indicate the NGOs support and appreciation for an impressive work done. Chemphe is currently the only Pan African artiste with such honour.