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Yaw Tog Donates 2,000 Books To Schools In Kumasi

Young Ghanaian rapper Yaw Tog has donated more than 2,000 books to some selected basic schools in Kumasi.

The kind gesture from the artist is part of his giving back to the community in an initiative dubbed “Yes You Can” through his TogLife Foundation.

Yaw Tog

Yaw Tog visited 5 schools in the Nhyiaeso constituency in the company of his management team and MP for the area Hon. Dr. Stephen Amoah who is a financier to the project.

According to the project manager of TogLife Foundation, Mrs Marydyn Boakye, the aim is to donate over 20,000 books to students in the Ashanti Region.

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The ‘Seimu’ singer was recently in tour in Europe where thrilled thousands with his skills in more than 5 cities.

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