Lil Win, officially named Kwadwo Nkansah, has revealed how much it costs to have education in his newly-established school in the Ashanti Region. The actor was on radio on Monday to speak on his career and his charity involvements.
On Hitz FM in Accra, Nkansah explained that he was only charging GHC 50 for entrants who start at creche and kindergarten.
For basic education at the primary level, Nkansah's school charges GHC 100. This he explains was because he did not want to be motivated by profits.
For Nkansah, building a school was his way of giving back to community.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Lil Win established his preparatory school at Offinso Ahenkro in the Ashanti Region. The school named Great Minds International School, was opened in September 2018.
Lil Win had taken to social media to make the announcement after he shared a photo of the freshly-built school.
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In an interview with GNA Entertainment, Lil Win said, "I put up this school to support the less privileged in the society and I want to be remembered for this initiative".
It was then that he added that this initiative was one of the reasons he got enstooled as "Nkosuohene" of Duaponko also in the Ashanti Region.
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