Mr. Eazi Offers Scholarships to Students in Navrongo in The Upper East Region
Mr. Eazi is a talented Nigerian musician who has not only made a name for himself in the music industry but has also dedicated himself to the education sector. Born on July 19, 1991, he is widely known for his unique blend of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian chord progressions and beats, which he calls Banku music.
While studying at KNUST in Kumasi, Mr. Eazi started hiring musicians to play at campus events. It was during this time that he recorded a guest verse for the song “My Life,” which gained traction and became a hit at KNUST, sparking his interest in music. In 2013, he released his debut mixtape titled “About to Blow.” With the release of the hit song “Skin Tight,” which featured Efya, he gained international recognition and has since been credited with creating Banku music.
However, Mr. Eazi’s love for music is matched only by his passion for education.
A total of 282 students at the CK Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences (CKT-UHAS) in the Upper East Region of Ghana were the lucky recipients of his generosity.
The scholarship included 26 full awards and 256 partial awards, and they have significantly impacted the lives of many recipients who would not have had the financial means to pursue higher education.
In a statement issued by the Registrar at CKT-UTAS, Dr. V.A. Ankamah-Lomotey (Ph.D.), the university expressed its gratitude to Mr. Eazi for his commitment to advancing higher education and enhancing economic mobility in the area.
The singer has also reaffirmed his commitment to helping 1,000 scholars pursue higher education, stating that education is the backbone of regional transformation and a strong springboard for both upward economic mobility and social mobility.
Mr. Eazi’s dedication to education has inspired people to support education and provide opportunities for the next generation. His contributions to higher education have helped create a more equitable and prosperous society, where all individuals, regardless of their financial means, have access to quality education.
He has become a role model for young people across Africa, showing that with hard work, dedication, and a willingness to give back, one can make a positive impact in their community.
Mr. Eazi’s commitment to education is a testament to his desire to create a more equitable and prosperous society.
Through his scholarship program, he has given hope to hundreds of students who otherwise would not have had the chance to pursue higher education.
His dedication to music and education has made him a role model for young people across Africa, and his contributions will continue to inspire people to support education and provide opportunities for the next generation.