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Legendary Highlife musician, Kwaisey Pee has donated food and items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to the Ghana U-2O also known as the Black Satellites.
The benevolence which is part of his birthday celebrations was held at a colourful ceremony at the camp of the Black Satellites in Prampram.
Some of the items donated are food, cartons of drinks, bags of rice, carton of oil, toilet rolls, and soaps.
The Mehia Odo hit maker in an interview on SVTV AFRICA, stated his love for football as the main motivation for the donation. “I love football even though I couldn’t play professional football but I hope in the future my son becomes a footballer. So as part of my birthday, I decided to donate these items to you and as you consume these products, I pray you will get more energy to play and bring the trophy home”
He added that, he mooted the idea because, the Black Satellites do not get the needed attention they deserve unlike the senior national team, the Black Stars.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the team, Head Coach for the Black Satellites, Yaw Preko, was full of praise and expressed their profound gratitude to Kwaisey Pee and his team for their kind gesture and wished him a happy birthday in advance.
The team further sang a birthday song for the highlife legend and wished him long life and prosperity ahead of his birthday come Sunday August 4, 2019.
Kwaisey Pee as part of his birthday celebrations, will also donate to the veteran musicians and also hold a football match on Saturday August 3, 2019.