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Kizzy W Celebrates Awards With Blind Kids

-Visits The Liberia School Of The Blind

After been crowned as the ‘2019 Tunes Liberia Music Awards best Producer and R&B Artist of the year,’ Kizzy W decided to dedicate his awards to those he considered as the source of his inspiration.

The multiple award-winning song writer, producer and singer said, he was overwhelmed with the kind of reception received from kids and the administration.

“You people are the most strongest people that I have seen on this planet ,especially with the situation you find yourself in and I am glad to be here.” he averred the kids who were seen in a joyous mood with many saying their dream have come to pass while each of them randomly vibing to various lines from Kizzy’s songs didn’t hide their affection for someone they have been listening to for years.

Speaking at the program, the Coordinator of the school of the blind Mr. Jackson said, he was grateful for such a magnanimity been shown by Kizzy W. “We are proud of you Mr. Kizzy W for leaving out your busy schedules to come and share your achievement with us. We are proud to announce to you that we have confirmed upon you a Goodwill Ambassadorial tittle as an Ambassador for the School of the blind.” Also, in attendance was Maminah Carr, the Assistant Minister for Children and Social Protection at the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection. Minister Carr lamented that she was extremely excited and moved by the kindness of Kizzy W.

She said, “this is a dream come through for our kids. Though they can’t see you, but I know how they feel passionate right now interacting with someone so humble and patriotic. We want to say congratulations on your success and as an Ambassador for the Liberia School of the Blind “. Minister Carr vowed to work along with Kizzy W in bringing smiles on the faces of those kids as her office have been doing. Kizzy and Bennysoundz have agreed to do a song with the kids. According to Bennysound, he will be engineering the song and was glad to interact with talented kids who are sightless.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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