Celebrities urged to give back to society

Young and upcoming celebrities have been asked to give to the Needy.
There is an everyday saying that “there is more blessing in giving than receiving”. The habit of passionate giving most at time is believed to warrant some unmerited favor. Nevertheless, few celebrities engage in it especially the young and upcoming ones.
On Friday 2nd of March was the birthday of a young sensational digital painter, Daniel Arthur Baidoo also known in the showbiz industry as Danny Arthurz.
The digital painter decided to celebrate his birthday with the less privilege in society and the Dzorwulu Special School pupil were the lucky ones he chose to celebrate with this time.
He donated food items and toiletries including 8 bag of rice, bags of sugar, bag of onion, packs toilet roll etc worth over 2000 Ghana cedis.
Danny Arthurz spent time with the students, interacted and took photographs with them which made them feel loved.
Speaking in an interview with JAK Productions, the digital painter expressed excitement for having the opportunity to spend some quality time with these amazing children on his special day ” l am blessed to be around such wonderful people at the Dzorwulu Special School here in Accra ” he explained.
“I want to challenge my mates and upcoming celebrities to take it upon themselves in doing charity work in other words, give to the poor or needy. He has pledged to support the less privilege all day especially and his birthdays.
Danny was born at Akim Oda in the Eastern Region but grew up in Top Ten a suburb in Takoradi in the Western Region. He had his basic education at Bedu Addo Methodist School, secondary education at Fijai Senior High and he is a graduate from Takoradi polytechnic. His undying love for painting is from childhood.

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