AY Poyoo donates his first pay from YouTube to an orphanage

AY Poyoo donates his first pay from YouTube to an orphanage

- AY Poyoo has donated his first pay from YouTube to an orphanage

- According to the rising Ghanaian musician and comedian, giving to needy children has always been his dream

- He assured that his gesture is not a one-off activity but a lifetime commitment

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Sensational Ghanaian comedian and musician, AY Poyoo has donated the very first pay he got from YouTube to an orphanage that has not been named.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of the rising star, Poyoo indicates that it has always been his dream to give to the needy.

According to him, anytime he saw children in orphanages, he wished to be able to help them but did not have much to give, and therefore hoped that God would bless him one day to be able to lend a helping hand.

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AY Poyoo further assured that his gesture was not a one-off activity but a commitment he has made to never turn his back on the poor and needy, especially children in orphanages.

Poyoo, also known as the Face of Ghana Rap, used to be an underground rapper but shot to fame within just two weeks of working hard to appear in the limelight.

Not long after, the Ghanaian rapper, humorist and musician went viral in Zimbabwe, South Africa and other African countries as a song he released on YouTube got over 300,000 views in 10 days.

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AY Poyoo donates his first pay from YouTube to an orphanage

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Now, it is safe to say that Poyoo has become one of the most trending artistes in Ghana.

In other news, Samed Abdul, a young entrepreneur in Ghana, has created an incubator that is capable of hatching a whopping 2,000 eggs within 21 days.

The young man, who is yet to go to tertiary after finishing high school, revealed to YEN.com.gh that he started the process just two years ago and has now been able to build the 2,000-capacity egg incubator.

Samed, who is also known among his friends as Crystal, hails from Kwahu Abetifi, the capital of Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

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