Lynx Entertainment act MzVee has penned an ambassadorial deal with World Bank -- a deal that will see her work with the World Bank on their ‘End Extreme Poverty’ campaign.
MzVee signs ambassadorial deal with World Bank
The deal will see MzVee work with the World Bank on their ‘End Extreme Poverty’ campaign.
As part of promoting such a worthy cause, MzVee and her team have recorded a song titled ‘End Poverty’. This song will feature on her second album which is yet to be released next month.
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In an interview with livefmghana.com, MzVee who could not hide her excitement said; “it’s a great privilege to be chosen among the lot to embark on this worthy course. Firstly, I thank the World Bank for this opportunity.
“I believe that, together we can help eradicate extreme poverty, we need to work together to shed light on the devastating effects of poverty, and we need to educate people on how we can stand together to find ways forward. I trust that there is hope and things will get better.”
To take things a step further, MzVee together with her record label Lynx Entertainment have made a commitment to assist with the End Poverty campaign through education, and as such will be starting a scholarship program for children in need of financial assistance to further their education.
MzVee will be embarking on a high school tour, where seminars will be held on the importance of education. Students who meet the scholarship criteria will be selected from the schools and granted full educational scholarship.
MzVee began her journey as a solo artiste about two years ago and has since then moved from one height to the next in the Ghanaian music industry and gained critical acclaim both locally and internationally.
Over the years, MzVee has won the hearts of many with her vocal and artistic prowess. This year, at the BET awards, she was nominated for Best International New Artist in the Viewers’ Choice Category and has now bagged for herself an ambassadorial deal with the World Bank.
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