Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lil Win, is gradually carving a niche for himself as one of the best preparatory school owners in the country as he continues to support his Great Minds International School and put it on the map.
Just recently, Lil Win and his school were in the news after the actor purchased one thousand customised school bags to be distributed for pupils.
In his latest move to promote the school, Lil Win has joined his pupils to go on a march as part of the activities marking the Private Schools Week celebrations.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the actor was wearing the school's uniform and held a big Ghana flag as one of the pupils marched towards him. After an interaction with the pupil, Lil Win joined the marching team.
From the moment the Kumawood star who had one of the customised school bags strapped at his back joined in the marching, the whole venue erupted in excitement.
Kids from his school and other schools participating in the celebration could be heard shouting "go Lil Win, go Lil Win" as he marched briskly.
The elderly people at the venue were not left out of the fun as they could also be seen with smiles on their faces as they clapped for the actor.
Looking at his involvement in the activities of the school, it is obvious that Lil Win is bent on making his school one of the best.
It is no wonder that just a month after opening the school, Lil Win was honoured as the Most Promising Proprietor of the Year at the maiden edition of the National Private School Awards.
Completed in the latter part of 2018, Great Minds International School was opened on Tuesday, September 25, 2018.
The school is located at Offinso Ahenkro in the Ashanti Region.
In an interview with GNA, Lil Win revealed that he put up the school as part of his efforts to help the less privileged.
"I put up this school to support the less privileged in the society and I want to be remembered for this initiative," he is reported to have said.
Recently, Lil Win revealed that his school charges as low as GHC50 for entrants who start at creche and kindergarten and GHC 100 for the primary level.
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