- Ghanaian Gospel artiste, Sonnie Badu is selling his 'Lions Over Frogs' T-Shirts for over 500 Cedis each
- He claims the money from the sales will go into paying for the hospital bills of a friend suffering from multiple sclerosis
- The phrase on the T-Shirt is a variation of a statement made by Badu in response to allegations that his recent doctorate degrees are fake
Award-winning Ghanaian gospel artiste, Sonnie Badu, is selling his 'Lions Over Frogs' T-shirts at 100 US Dollars (578 Cedis) each.
In a post on Instagram sighted by Yen.com.gh, Badu claims the money from the sale of the limited shirts will aid in paying for the hospital bill for a friend of his suffering from multiple sclerosis.
"Lions over Frogs t-shirts are for sale to help my friend who has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. As we are in prayer believing God for his total healing, we have also decided to stand together and take action to help his family financially. I am only printing 100 limited edition t-shirts to help raise $10,000 USD," reads a caption by Badu about the fundraising for his friend.
"Additionally, @therockhillchurch has committed to help with each one of his children’s education. I want all my friends, supporters, and fans to participate in our endeavor to assist in helping my friend fight this battle... I will autograph each t-shirt and we will mail it to you. Please help by ordering your t-shirt today. May God Bless you all."
In a related development, Badu is also selling for close to 25 US Dollars (over 140 Cedis.)
Meanwhile, multiple award-winning Ghanaian teen actor, Abraham Attah, has announced that he has successfully gained admission into a university in Massachusetts, USA.
The Beast Of No Nation star took to his official social media pages to break the news to his teeming followers.
He revealed that he was looking forward to furthering his education and also his sports career at the next level.
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Source: Yen News