Award-winning gospel musician, Sonnie Agyeman Badu together with his mother and the “Badu Foundation have shown massive support to an orphanage in Accra.
In a donation ceremony sighted on Instagram page, nkonkonsa.com, the “Okokroko” hit maker was seen in many pictures with some of the children in the Chosen Generation of Jesus Christ Orphanage at Darkuman in Accra.
The Instagram account the shared the pictures of the donation captioned it, “Gospel Singer @sonniebaduuk and his mother have officially adopted the Chosen Generation of Jesus Christ Orphanage at Darkuman in Accra. The adoption, which formed part of his philanthropic projects, would see Sonnie Badu taking care of major needs of the orphanage, which takes care of over 60 children”.
The orphanage has now become the responsibility of the Badu Foundation in terms of support for its day to day administration.
Speaking in a recent interview, the “Wonder God” hit maker revealed that it was only hypocritical for Ghanaians to judge dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns.
He revealed that everyone had their own unique way of doing things and critics had to come to terms with that and accept people for who they truly were.
He indicated that at the moment, Ebony was reigning in her genre of music and the only thing people needed to do was to support her and not criticize her for her fashion sense and stagecraft.
He added that what Ebony needed at the moment was encouragement rather than insults for her way of branding herself.
Sonnie Badu noted that in recent outings, Ebony had showed up with most parts covered and it was a sign that her critics had judged her too early.
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