Ghanaian-born American comedian, Michael Blackson, is taking his philanthropy to a whole new level with plans to now construct a factory.
Blackson took to Twitter to reveal he’s not done with helping Ghanaians after building a school and that the next plan is a factory to employ unemployed graduates.
According to Blackson, he plans to build more schools for the kids but also to raise funds for a factory that can employ young people in Ghana, Nigeria and the United States of America – his 2nd and third home countries respectively.
Blackson was born in Ghana and lived in Liberia and Nigeria for a bit as a child before his family moved to the United States.
He wrote on Twitter: “I’m definitely building more schools for the less fortunate kids but for the adults I’m thinking about a few things. I’ll talk to some folks in the states and see if we can build a huge factory that could employ about 10k or more college graduates in 🇬🇭 🇱🇷 and 🇳🇬,”
Check out his post below…
The Ghanaian-American comic earned plaudits recently after outdooring a plush new school in his mother’s hometown of Agona Nsaba.
The Michael Blackson Academy would provide free education, feeding, uniforms and other freebies to kids of the village. According to Michael Blackson, kids in his school don’t have to pay anything apart from attention!