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Entertainment of Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Source: Flex Newspaper

Ewe Dancehall act, Togbe Ghana feeds street children

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Ewe Dancehall musician and founder of 'Go To School Foundation', Togbe Ghana over the weekend teamed up with UK-based Twin Things Foundation to feed hundreds of Street children on the theme, “A Smile Is Charity” at Abliza last stop, Manet, Spintex Road Accra.

Hundreds of boys and girls from the street gathered at the Abliza football park by midday on Sunday to party with staff of the two organizations and volunteer donors.

The atmosphere at the party was an exciting one with the venue packed with excited people. There was loud music with several persons dancing to the dance floor. Food was on serve, and many were seated eating. Others were laughing and engaging themselves in conversation.

The 'Go to School Foundation' has collaborated with Twin Things Foundation to hold several of such charity events in the Greater Accra Region and the Eastern Region.

Over the past two years, 'Go to School Foundation' has been actively involved in humanitarian services focused at helping street children get back to school to gain employable skills.

The Foundation's head, Togbe Ghana has visited several basic schools in and around Madina, Adenta and environs.

During his visits, Togbe engaged the pupils in physical exercises including music and dance, “Our focus is to inspire children from all backgrounds to go to school and stay there till they find themselves and become responsible adults.”

Togbe hinted that, in December, his foundation and its partners will hold a grand party at the Efua Sutherland Children's park in Accra that will bring together street children, kayayo's and their children as well as persons interested in partying with the less privileged.

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