I need cash to help prisoners – Kwaw Kese

Rapper Kwaw Kese has called on Ghanaians to help his Kwaw Kese Foundation campaign to support inmates of the various prisons across the country.
The “Abodam” crooner’s foundation is on a mission to set up fifteen (15) different industries,  including exercise book printing factory, soap making factory, bead making factory, T-Roll factory, chalk making factory, cane weaving, block molding factory, uniform sewing and farming, among others, for inmates of the various prisons.
The campaign was inspired by his recent experience in a Kumasi prison where he was incarcerated for allegedly smoking a narcotic substance and later released.
Announcing the campaign at a press briefing on Tuesday at the Ghana Prison Headquarters in Accra, Kwaw called on Ghanaians to donate just one cedi each to support the cause.
He will be touring all ten regions of Ghana with different activities to raise support for the project.
According to him, “the project is to empower inmates and help them develop their skills, fend for themselves and their dependants and live meaningful lives.”
“This is about transforming the various prisons in Ghana to get inmates busy rather than sitting idle in the prisons for the years that they would be spending in there. So Kwaw Kese Foundation is trying to bring industry to the prisons. This will help and I think we should all support,” he told NEWS-ONE.

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