- Ghanaian-British artiste, Fuse ODG, has visited his school New Africa Wood World Mission School at Akosombo in the Eastern region
- This forms part of an outlined three-day programme for his 2020 TINA (This Is New Africa) Festival
- The Ghanaian global star was captured in an endearing photo painting a classroom in the school during his visit with his global team
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In what appears to be a life-long mission to positively impact lives while shaping minds and narratives, Nana Rochard Abiona, professionally known Fuse ODG, proves he’s a God-sent in a heart-warming photo and video.
The Ghanaian UK-resident international artiste has recently been captured in photo painting one of the classrooms at New Africa Wood World Mission School.
Leading up to the visit, Fuse ODG hosted a Power Brunch Club in partnership with Starbites at Starbites Airport City from 29th - 30th December 2019, to connect diasporans visiting Ghana with successful entrepreneurs to share their experiences over a brunch buffet and music as part of activities leading up to his 2020 TINA Festival.
Subsequently, Fuse ODG and a team of influencers including some celebrity friends visited the school as part of a 3-day programme for the third edition of TINA Festival being held in collaboration with New African Nation Productions.
TINA (This Is New Africa) Festival has been running for three consecutive years and the 2019 edition, which is ongoing, began with Nation Building Day, which had the Ghanaian global star visiting the school.
Other lined-up programmes include the New Africa Nation Conference being held today [Thursday] January 2, 2020, at the Accra International Conference Center and the Kente Party/Music Festival, set to come off on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the Labadi Beach Hotel.
Thursday's programme features celebrity guests and notable entrepreneurs from the diaspora for thought-provoking discussions on reshaping the narratives surrounding the African Diasporan as a catalyst for growth and innovation featuring Ghanaian and African diasporan panelists.
Ghana’s biggest Kente Party in partnership with Polo Beach Club at Labadi Beach Hotel will be held on Friday, January 3, 2020, to climax the three-day programme.
Attendees are encouraged to come dressed in Kente and African print fashion to experience surprise performances from Fuse ODG’s ''ROAD TO GHANA EP'' which featured M.anifest, Toy Boy, Efya, Kwesi Arthur, Article Wan and Quamina MP.
TINA (This Is New Africa) Festival, has a mission to become the home of Afrobeat music and lifestyle and to forge deeper connections between Ghanaians and the African diaspora through music and culture.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian-British artiste FUSE ODG toured his senior high school which is still under construction at Akosombo.
YEN.com.gh was part of the team that visited the site with ODG and captured an endearing footage.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported a 21-year-old lady, simply identified as Gloria, who has been suffering a genetic disorder along with severe seizures within five-minute intervals for the past three months requires GHC 10,000 to undergo treatment.
Gloria, who has been bed-ridden by her condition, has been suffering consistent attacks resulting from the genetic disorder.
A video of the 21-year-old lady has been shared online in an effort to solicit financial aid.
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