UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Sonnie Badu, has donated to some three social institutions in the Greater Accra region.

At the the Boys and Girls Correctional Home in Osu, Sonnie advised the children to be of good behavior and believe that God has a plan for their lives.


As a way of bringing Christmas to the deprived in society and putting a smile of their faces, Sonnie Badu who  is now under the Smartty’s Production and Management, owned by Selassie Ibrahim, feted two other institutions including Help Age Ghana, and the Surgical ward of  the 37 Military Hospital.


Each institution was given bags of rice, oils, detergents, confectionaries and an undisclosed amount of money. Inmates and patients were also feted.


In a related development, Badu heads to the Ashanti Region on January 17, for a second instalment of his africa worships concert.

Badu is a multiple award winning Gospel singer, songwriter, philanthropist, producer, TV presenter and author.

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