- Strongman Burner has donated 5000 customised exercise books to some schools in the country
- The Ghanaian hiplife and afropop artiste started from his alma mater, T.I. Amass, Kumasi
- Strongman Burner plans to donate to other schools in the country
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Ghanaian hiplife and Afropop artiste, Strongman Burner has donated 5000 customized exercise books to some schools in the country as part of an effort to impact lives.
The former SarkCess Music signee noted that giving back to society has always been number one on his wish list and decided to start with the little.
Strongman began the donation from his alma mater, T.I. Amass, Kumasi and also stated that his kind gesture will not be limited to only senior high schools (SHS) but also primary and junior high schools respectively.
The notable rapper called on his fans to suggest schools they would love to have him donate his books in his comment section to help him make the right decision.
''It has always been a dream to give back to society and in view of this, I will be giving 5000 books to students as my project this year.
Was able to start this project with my alma mater T.I Amass Ksi last weekend
Comment with a primary school, JHS or SHS close to you and I and my team will be there to deliver some books,'' Strongman Burner said.
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