Rapper Kwaw Kese has received a sensational award from the University of Cape Coast, during its inaugural Students Representative Council (SRC) Innovation and Excellence Awards.
Kwaw Kese was presented with a plaque for ‘innovation and excellence’, at the ceremony held at the campuses’ New Examination Centre Auditorium.
Born Emmanuel Botchwey, the rapper, who recently got married, was convicted for marijuana possession a while back, and has consequently become an outspoken voice against the conditions in Ghanaian prisons.
A product of the ‘Last Two’ school run by legendary record producer Hammer, he is also the most prominent Fante language rapper in the country.
An elated ‘Abodam’ took to social media to announce the honour paid him, and to thank the school for it.
Thank you University of Cape Coast for this honor ” Award for Excellence & Innovation ” I appreciate this award very much and would keep working hard to put smiles on the faces of those who need them most.
Thanks to the UCC SRC and all the Students ????????#kwawkesefoundation#madtime -Kwaw Kese