Chronixx Helping to Build And Refurbish Schools
Jamaican reggae artiste Chronixx recently revealed that he is assisting with the construction of a school in the African nation of Ghana and the refurbishing of a school in Jamaica.
Via Instagram, the popular entertainer stated:
“I’m teaming up with @chakabars and@fuseodg to raise $500,000. We are building a school in #Ghana and launch a major refurbishing project at our Haile Selassie High School here in #payneland#jamaica. We are now working with some of our elders of the Rastafari community and sisters like @iamdonisha to make this into a possibility by JULY 2018.”
“Visit @chakabars ig for more details…and stay tuned as we engage ourselves deeper into this noble initiative. All people within our global Rastafari and cultural community…Mek wi build some school…all a mi artiste and athlete and creative bredrin dem worldwide. Half a mil. #WeWillRiseTogether”
Over £12,200 or little over 2 million Jamaican dollars has already been garnered in two months via the initiative’s GoFundMe page.
Check out the GoFundMe page here: www.gofundme.com/wewillrizetogether.
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