Okyeame Kwame
Okyeame Kwame

The Tod-Teen Republic has unveiled multiple award winning musician,
Okyeame Kwame as Brand Ambassador to lead their new initiative
dedicated to the affairs and well being of underprivileged boys in our
society dubbed the Junior Boys Conference.

Okyeame Kwame
Okyeame Kwame
The launch event which was held at the UDS Guest house in Accra,
hosted veteran Mentors, Dr. Charles Buckman, Mr. Francis Luther King,
Rev Albert Ocran and Mrs. Ethel Effah, the founder and CEO of Tod Teen

Accepting the role, Okyeame Kwame who also received the Super Dad
Award alongside Michael Kobina Hanson the husband to Kokui Selormey of
Viasat1 reiterated his commitment to play the role recounting the
support his own father played in his career when he fired him from his
job as a radio presenter to go pursue rap music.

The Junior Boys Conference was birthed out of frequent interaction
with a lot of children who sadly identified as boys have not been
properly attended to and have become so addicted to unnecessary things
aiding them to lose the touch with real life.

The maiden conference which will be held in October will give the
opportunity to boys who need to be modeled into becoming responsible
men in society. They will be exposed to a community of role models who
will affirm the values of masculinity without disrespecting or
devaluing women.

Speaking at the launch, Dr. Charles Buckman reiterated the 4
Significant Roles of Fathers need to play recounted from his personal
experiences. They were to teach Children; To have faith in God, Manage
their finances, Choose quality Friends and must know there is hope.

Rev Albert Ocran also offered 100% Scholarship to beneficiaries to
attend the annual career workshop, Teenpreneurship.

The event which was steered by the humble, Jerry Adjololo was attend
by the Faculty of the mentorship program, media, Charles Buckman
Ministries and the general public.

By : Prince Akpah


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