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    Akulyoo chief crowns Ras Wormz as Development chief

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    Versatile talented rapper and singer born Asampana Abembila Akantiah but widely known in music circles as Ras Wormz has been crowned as ” Development Chief” by the Chief of Akulyoo in Bongo.


    This took place at the Akulyoo DA primary School to mark the graduation Ceremony of “Lively Minds Volunteer Mothers” an NGO currently operating in the School. It is in recognition of successive development and charity works the singer embarked on in the last couple of years. He now goes by the skin title ” Timmaalego Yelkigla Naba” or Naba, Yelkigila Maaltinga” which means development oriented chief.

    The ceremony took place on 7th November, 2019.

    Dignitaries and people from different walks of life graced the occasion including the DCE, GES Director and officials, the media among others. It was a colourful ceremony.

    The singer threw the gathering into a frenzy by performing some of his hit tracks. The Chief of Akulyoo who bestowed the accolade on Ras Wormz as ” Chief of development” said their gesture is in recognition of the good works of the singer especially in their school of late. In his speech, the DCE of Bongo praised the Musician and encourage him to continue with such acts of benevolence. “I’m so happy to see a young musician like you giving alms to the under privilege in society. This is a gesture that should receive high praises”, part of his speech read. The young rapper thanked the school and the community for the honour. ” If I say i did not know the people of Akulyoo are kind hearted it means I’m pretending but it turned out that, not only are you kind hearted but you are also generous. Thank you so much for this surprise and great honour. This will certainly have a positive impact on my music career from now and many years to come he said amidst loud applause.


    The school benefited a gesture from the Alokate Hit maker when he stormed the school with GES officials last term to make donations to pupils in a grand style and fashion.


    When contacted by the Bongo Community Radio later that day, he told listeners charity work has been part of his music career as a way of giving back to society what society has given him. He thanked everyone especially his cherished fans for the support right from day one.
    Ras Wormz is a promising multilingual musician from Bongo in the Upper East Region of Ghana whose music revolves around the customs and traditions of his native tribes.


    His first hit track was “Rap Pastor” an award winning song to receive wide acclaim by music lovers in the northern part of Ghana.

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