There is hope on the horizon for Brofoyaw A.M.E. Zion School in Cape Coast as the country’s youngest disk jockey has promised to help them with some educational materials.
Speaking to some students and authorities of the school, the young DJ born Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh revealed that she spotted the pleas of the school for desks, computers and other things on social media.
Upon seeing the conditions of the school, she decided to go to their aid through her The DJ Switch Foundation.
On her visit, the maverick said she was there to “access the school, see the environment and how I can help the school with the DJ switch foundation.”
“…I have the will to provide them with some desks, furniture for teachers and a few items soon. They really need help!!! #SwitchUpOnmission,” she tweeted.
The kid star has been making a lot of strides since winning the Talented Kidz show on TV3 having travelled to different countries including the USA and Canada.
A few weeks ago she made an appearance as a speaker at the Global Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver, Cannada and was also in New York alongside Grammy Award winner Wyclef at the “Room To Read” New York Gala.
Before then she made an appearance at the Goalkeepers 2018 organised by Bill and Melinda Gates.
The young talent is certainly pushing her limits from just entertaining people to being a philanthropist.
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