Ghana’s Celebrity Kids Shinning Spotlight on Pan-Africanism

West Africa’s popular celebrity kids from Ghana, Sir KwameNsiah – Bota and Sante Asantewaa Nsiah Apau for the love of advocacy have gleam a major spotlight on Pan-Africanism.

The two kids of Ghana’s very authentic musician and family oriented personality, Okyeame Kwame, known by birth as Kwame Nsiah Apau capitalized on the celebration of the union of Africa (AU DAY) to show this prominent continent and its citizens how proud they are to be Africans in verbal citation of which was shared on the official Instagram page of their lovely father.

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Sante and Sir Nsiah represented two African countries of great diversity, ferocity and the skirt of black power, the Republic of Ethiopia and Mozambique in their brief verbal citation. The superstar kids in the shortest possible time shall embark on an outstanding project, aiming at selling, promoting and strengthening the values of Africa with their immense influence.

Ghana’s Celebrity Kids Shinning Spotlight on Pan-Africanism
Okyeame Kwame’s Kids.
Sante (Left), Sir (Right)
In the meantime, circle these date on your calendar. On 1st, 2nd and 3rd of June; make it a point to be at the plush Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra for the AU Art Festival, schemed to raise funds for the John Agyekum Kuffuor Foundation’s leadership center establishment, worth 80million GHS.
Okyeame Kwame as a member of the JAK Foundation’s team has vowed to raise 1Million Ghana cedis through arts on the mentioned dates above to support in building the leadership center of JAK Foundation.
Martin Donaldson Daisy

Martin Donaldson Daisy is the Owner of Music Arena Gh. A young Black guy who loves music and entertainment as a whole. He has worked with quite a few entertainment websites and Currently also works as a freelance Graphic Designer and Publicist.

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