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IYes Foundation donates to Lil Win’s GMIS


  20 Mars      13        Education (6164),

   

Accra, March 20, GNA – IYes Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), has made donations to the Great Minds International School (GMIS) established by popular Ghanaian actor and musician Mr. Kwadwo Nkansah also known as  »Lil Win ».
The IYes Foundation founded by Pastor Brian Amoateng handed a sum of Ghc 5000 to the student support scheme and also gave full scholarships to five students, who will be catered for through tertiary education.
The IYes foundation also gave 20 bags of cement to support the building of the boarding school.
Mr. Nkansah  »Lil Win » after receiving the donation on behalf of the school expressed his delight to the Pastor Amoateng for his kind gesture to the students.
According to  »Lil Win », this well help motivate students especially the less privileged, as they look to become great people in future and he remained poised in impacting the lives of his student with quality education.
The school, located in the Offinso-Ahenkro in the Ashanti Region is expected to hold their first speech and prize giving day next month as thriving students and teachers would be appreciated.

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