- A young man from the University of Cape Coast called Okete Boamah David has decided to use music to cause positive change in society
- Okete Boamah David has released songs such as Accident-Free, Good Health, and No Fire Outbreak to help solve societal problems
- He comes from the Ashanti Region and draws inspiration from issues that arise in his life and environment
Okete Boamah David, a young Ghanaian musician has decided to venture into unchartered territories by using his craft to cause a positive impact in society and not just entertain people.
David, who goes by the stage name Okete, tells YEN.com.gh hails from the Ashanti Region, Mampong to be precise but stays at Sowutuom, where he is pursuing his music career.
According to Okete, he draws inspiration from what happens in his environment, in his life, the lives of people around him, and the like.
On his YouTube channel, Okete has freestyle videos of Good Health, a song that talks about Cholera prevention; Accident-Free, another song he made to educate the public on road accident prevention; and No Fire Outbreak, which also teaches on fire prevention and more.
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See the videos below:
No Fire Outbreak
The Soultown Music recording artiste had his Junior and Senior High School education at Stephenson's International and Nungua Senior High School respectively.
He is currently a student of the University Of Cape Coast and combines his passion and exploits in music with his studies in a manner that makes him productive in both.
Ghanaian musician praising God with her voice
In another story, Doris Sintim Aboagye, a talented Ghanaian gospel musician popularly known as Odehye Naana is living a rather miraculous life as she has been sustained for decades following a promise she made to God.
Odehye Naana, who is also the host of Efie Asetena on Fridays 4-5 pm which repeats on Tuesday 12:30-1:30 pm on Atinka TV narrated the story in an interview with YEN.com.gh.
According to her, all three of her siblings passed on after falling sick, with the last incident happening about 18 years ago.
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