Awal’s Children of the Future (ACOTF) Readies Award Winning Video for the Foundation By Nana Kwesi Coomson on July 19, 2012 You kiss your children good bye as you commute from Accra to Takoradi on a working note.
On your way, you are so unfortunate to run into a truck packed with timber logs, which wafts your life away in a second. Rest In Peace they sympathise with you; Orphans, you render your poor children.
Will the children get the same paternal love you had always given them? Will the children be provided with the necessities of life like you did? Who at all will take care of these children? This is a similar scenario that ushers Awal Alhassan (Posigee), CEO of MOB Records to father the foundation, Awal’s Children Of The Future (ACOTF).
The foundation which aims at putting smiles on the faces of orphans, street children, needy and other children who are emotionally traumatized, gathers 8 of Ghana’s renowned Artists to string their voices in canvassing support to help these children who find themselves in this unfortunate circumstances.
Awal Alhassan (Posigee) who is known across the globe for his prolific recording of most hit songs in Ghana was moved to embark on this Non-Profit Organisation by the regular sight of over 33,000 helpless children in the country who wander in the streets. Sarkodie, Tiffany, Ruff and Smooth, Chase, Fritz, Mohammed, Yaw Siki and Efya are the 8 Ambassadors who gladly share in this campaign.
Using their wordsmith prowess, these 8 Ambassadors join words together on one song titled ‘This is who I am’.
This song which is the pivot of the ACOTF Foundation is in sales whose proceeds will be directed to all the Charitable Organisations in Ghana to help support these helpless children. The much anticipated video of the Foundation which had about 1 minute : 44 seconds of it early this year poking Ghanaians about the whole sound video is ready and set to be released later this week. With commencing scene of children in the orphanage, Awal Alhassan (Posigee) and Kill Beat follows in the video appearance with piercing look into the skies probably asking God for directions.
The 8 Ambassadors appear in respect order, luring watchers about the plight of the children in question.
To support the foundation the following are the directions to follow to help share in a course worth indefinite blessings; For users of Vodafone, the foundation will need the support from all and sundry through texting to the following short codes; This is who I am (1 )60169 This is who I am (2) 60168 Type s and the code and send to 134. Note no space between them. Airtel users can support by texting ACT, leave a space and send it to 0069777