Emelia Brobbey’s concert is directed at raising funds to complete Cherubs Orphanage’s classroom block
Emelia Brobbey foundation is at it again and this time around its a concert. The Royal Africa Awards Best African Act Winner is bringing all the stars together come May 15 at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Kumasi for the “SAVE THE ORPHAN” musical concert. Emelia Brobbey’s concert is directed at raising funds to complete Cherubs Orphanage’s classroom block.
Over the years, Emelia Brobbey has achieved great strides in a bid to give back to the society as well as cater for the less privileged ones. Last year in September, her foundation paid a visit to Osu Children’s home where she spent most of the day with the kids, dined with them and donated so many items to them.
Emelia Brobbey’s Foundation has been doing a lot of charity work for the past four years, she is very passionate about helping the needy because she herself was not born with a silver spoon.
‘Save The Orphan’ concert will see performances by different artistes like Nana Ama Mcbrown, Kojo Nkansah Liwin, Akrobeto, Bro Sammy, Vivian Jill, Kwaku Manu, Emelia Brobbey herself, Benedicta Gaffah, Christiana Awuni, Angel Lawrence, Oware Junior and many more. Gospel songs and many more would also be performed on that day.
As a matter of fact, all the artists on the bill will be performing live on that day. Emelia Brobbey who is working hard towards seeing that everything is put in place in time for the concert, is urging everyone in Kumasi to come witness the occasion.
“Save The Orphan” musical concert is proudly sponsored by Special Ice drinking water, Adonko bitters, Perfect skin and body therapy, Joy ointment, Chambers Inn hotel, OG wine and Eurostar limousine company.