Ja Rule breaks ground for construction of classroom block at Nuaso

Ja Rule breaks ground for construction of classroom block at Nuaso

American rapper Ja Rule has taken a significant step towards enhancing education in Ghana by initiating the construction of a classroom block at Nuaso Anglican Primary School in the Eastern Region. This project is in collaboration with the US non-profit organization, Pencils of Promise, which is renowned for its efforts in constructing schools and improving educational opportunities worldwide.

During the ground-breaking ceremony, Ja Rule expressed his gratitude to Ghanaians for giving him the opportunity to contribute to education in the country. He emphasized that the classroom block being built will have a lasting impact for many years to come.

“I know that this is going to be an opportunity that will last for many, many years to come,” Ja Rule stated. He also reassured the public that this project marks the beginning of his philanthropic activities in Ghana and signifies the beginning of his relationship with the country.

The rapper highlighted the importance of education in any community and expressed his appreciation for the warm reception he has received from the people of Ghana. He shared his excitement about collaborating with Pencils of Promise and his commitment to supporting educational initiatives in the country.

This initiative comes shortly after Ja Rule announced his visit to Ghana to fulfill his commitment to building a school project. Upon arriving in Ghana, Ja Rule and his wife, Aisha Atkins, visited the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Mausoleum in Accra to pay homage to Ghana’s first president. They also met with leaders of the community in Krobo Odumase during their visit.

Ja Rule’s collaboration with Pencils of Promise and his dedication to improving educational opportunities in Ghana demonstrate his commitment to making a positive impact in the country. His philanthropic efforts are praised and welcomed by the Ghanaian community, as they look forward to the completion of the classroom block at Nuaso Anglican Primary School.


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