Rapper Ja Rule Says He’s Building a School in Ghana

By Stermy 2 Min Read

Renowned American rapper Ja Rule is set to make a positive impact in Africa by revealing his plans to construct a school in the West African country of Ghana.

This exciting announcement follows closely on the heels of Ja Rule’s revelation about securing a lucrative record deal valued at over $100,000,000.

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Using his X account a few days ago, the rapper enthusiastically shared his intentions, expressing his eagerness to commence the groundbreaking for the school, fueled by his genuine love for children.

Taking to Twitter on January 4th, Ja Rule conveyed, “I’m also building a school in Ghana can’t wait to go and break ground… Rule love the kids!!!”.

While specific details such as the commencement date and the school’s location were not disclosed, we’ll update this post with any new information. It’s worth noting that Ja Rule had his first visit to Ghana in 2008, where he was featured by MTN to perform at the MTN Ghana Music Awards celebrations.

This philanthropic endeavor aligns him with the likes of America-based Ghanaian-Liberian comedian, philanthropist, and actor Michael Blackson, who recently built a school in Ghana.

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