Award-winning rapper Sarkodie could not help but dance Adowa with some of the children at the Royal Seed Home orphanage in Kasoa in the Central Region when he celebrated his birthday with them last Saturday, July 13.

The rap star was moved by the kids after seeing them and he got up to join in. The children, as well as others around, clapped for him.

Sarkodie was at the orphanage to make a donation. The deejay at the orphanage got into a Sarkodie mode and played songs like ‘You Go Kill Me’, ‘Dangerous’, ‘Illuminati’, ‘Okodie’ and ‘Azonto Fiesta’ when the rapper got to the orphanage.

Before making his presentation, Sarkodie rapped some lines from some of his hit songs and advised the children to take whatever they were doing seriously.

He noted that he was moved anytime he came across deprived children because he himself did not have a rosy childhood.

With the help of Samsung, Fan Milk, Shoprite, Indomie, Tigo and Coca Cola, Sarkodie presented food, toiletries, buckets, books and other items to the orphanage.

“This is just one of the many things I will be embarking on as an artiste God has blessed so much,” Sarkodie said. “My team and I will fish out other orphanages and support them whenever we can.”


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