Don Moen donates 12-classroom block, washrooms, music library to orphans in Ghana

Don Moen donates 12-classroom block, washrooms, music library to orphans in Ghana

- Popular American singer, Don Moen, has given $100,000 (N36,550,000) towards the construction of a school for some orphans in Ghana

- With the project, the children will be saved the difficult task of walking long kilometres to make school every day

- The school project will also have a music library, washrooms, ICT labs, among other facilities for modern-day education

A popular American gospel singer, Don Moen, has set a very good example for charitable giving as he donated a whopping sum of $100,000 (N36,550,000) for a school project at Kwao Bondzie in Ghana.

The fund was given under the Don Moen and Friends Foundation and would provide a conducive learning environment for children of an orphanage who have to walk several distances to school every day, KuulPeeps reports.

During his recent visit to the place on Saturday, February 22, the American singer cut the first sod off the project site.

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It should be noted that once the project is completed, it will consist of a 12-classroom building, a dining hall and kitchen, a staff room, an ICT laboratory, a library, washrooms, and a music library for the student.

In his interview with the media, Don Moen said that the charitable gesture was his way of giving back to Ghana after he had been invited to perform for 13 years.

After appreciating everyone who contributed towards the project, the singer promised that his next donation is going to be a $100 million project.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a video surfaced online of a woman fondly called Madame Sabena who has contributed so much to the educational advancement of Angola.

Agostinho Pereira de Miranda, who shared the video of a university construction project facilitated by the woman, said Madame Sabena has been giving hope to the country.

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The platform’s user also said that the woman tirelessly worked to give Luanda, the country’s capital hospital and technical schools apart from the private university.

Added to that, there are also 400 fully-trained Angolans in her employ. Her philanthropic gestures are the things that got her the nickname Madame Sabena.

Some of the constructions of the projects were still ongoing as seen in the video. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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