Grand Advocacy Group under the auspices of its parent company Ghana Tourist Coach(USA), in collaboration with the Ghana AIDS Commission is organizing a charity concert show for street kids in Accra at the Efua Sutherland Children's Park on 28th December, 2017 at 10am. The show dubbed "Welcome A Stranger" will feature seasoned Highlife musician Pat Thomas, saxophonist Steve Bedi, and other Hiplife stars.
In the mix of music, fun and entertainment, there will be an HIV/AIDS education campaign by experts from the Commission including the Director-General Her Excellency Dr. Mokowa Blay Adu-Gyamfi and other dignitaries.
The target is 3000 youth from all walks of life aged between 17 and 35. They will be served with food and drinks, tested for HIV/AIDS and given free condoms.
The purpose is to create awareness of the disease and sensitize the youth on prevention, as part of activities marking GAG's *Health Month Campaign*.
It is a GAG activity so I humbly appeal to members to come on board to help organize the show. Support the cause with financial donations of any kind. This is charity, one way of giving to the society. Call or text Admin with your pledge and you will be blessed.
Sponsored by Kingdom Heights Ministry(USA).
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