16-year-old David Quaye pledges support for children at Street Academy
• Master David Quaye is helping train children at the Street Academy
Master David Quaye, 16, a form two student of Puyallup Senior High School in the United States of America has taken interest in the activities of Street Academy in Accra, Ghana.
David, who plays the keyboard (piano or organ) with dexterity has promised to do what it takes to make the Academy become a fine music institute in the country.
Interestingly, he teaches music as part-time when he comes to Ghana, and even organised a two-day Music Clinic for the children of Street Academy recently in Accra.
Exuding confidence, Master David Quaye told the Spectator that “ I am happy to be in Ghana especially the Street Academy to play keyboard as well as share my keyboard experience with my brothers and sisters in the Academy.
“I will go back to the USA to organise myself and come back next year with friends to help develop the music centre for the school..
“My mother is a medical doctor she will help me to raise funds to support each one of you all at the Street Academy rest assured.
By Spectator Reporter