Chancellor 1 of Global Home Entertainment Donates To Kumasi Children’s

Chancellor 1 of Global Home Entertainment Donates To Kumasi Children’s

Global Home Entertainment’s signee, Mr. Raphael Lawson, popularly known as Chancellor 1, visited and donated to the Kumasi Children’s Home in the Ashanti region on Tuesday, September 5, 2023.

The items he gave to the orphanage included bags of rice, bags of sachet water, tins of milk, soft drinks, gallons of oil, Indomie noodles, soaps, washing powder, and many more.

Speaking to Opemsuo Radio’s Kwame Owusu Achiaw, the artist said the gesture was part of his corporate social responsibility (CSR).

“This is not my first time donating to the needy. I have been doing it in various regions like the Greater Accra, Eastern, Central, and, among others.”

The items were received by Madam Mabel Boamah, the manager of the Kumasi Children’s Home, who showed gratitude and appreciation to the artist and his institution.

She encouraged the public to make it a point to embark on such ventures to compliment the government’s effort. “You can even pass by and say hello to the children. This, she said, will help put a smile on the children’s faces.

Chancellor 1 opens up his 2023 discography with his emphatic debut anthem, Don’t Go There,’ – a modern reggae dancehall track that is enveloped in all the suited elements of an incessantly catchy Afro dancehall track.

Featuring the esteemed fellow artist, Owura Kwaku, ‘Don’t Go There,’ is a predominantly solo project featuring production from the prestigious KE Beatz. With the intention to portray an old African culture game and mix it with
Amapiano music and dance, ‘Don’t Go There is the ideal single to soundtrack the end of summer.

Also follow Chancellor 1 on the following social media forums:

Instagram: @chancellormasha

Facebook: Badu Agyemang Lawson

Story: Hajara Fuseini

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