Hiplife artiste Mzbel born Belinda Nana Akua Amoah has reportedly been given an undisclosed amount of money by the Volta River Authority (VRA).
A post by the “E Dey Bee” hit maker on her Instagram page, suggests the said money was part of the organization’s role in helping her embark on her #SayNoToIllegaConnection and #StopIllegalConnection campaign which geared towards her #HelpStopDumsor project.
According to Livefmghana.com about seven months ago, Mzbel released a song produced by Fimfim titled “Dumsor” and since then, she has made it a point to educate people on the need to reserve energy and their role in curbing Ghana’s power crisis.
Ghana has been experiencing erratic power supply since 2012 and the government hasn’t been able to find a solution to it. There have been many promises, but none has seen the light of day.
The Volta River Authority (VRA) is an electric power utility corporation established in 196. The primary functions include the generation of electric power.
This is Mzbel post on Instagram accompanied with the photo below:
Just received a cheque from VRA to support my #SayNoToIllegaConnection #StopIllegalConnection #HelpStopDumsor Project... had so much fun collecting the cheque. ECG also gave me a cheque and everything I need to make my project a huge Success! Now who says silence is the best way to fight for your reputation?! Hashem God of Israel I bow to You...#Mzbel #MzbelMusic #BeLAndTheCity #TeamHashem #GodOfIsreal #HelpStopDumsor #StopIllegalConnection #SayNoToIllegaConnection #KeepGhanaClean #ShikoMe #MzbelBaybeeee????
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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