NANA YAW Oduro Agyei, known in showbiz as Trigmatic, on April 21 be presenting some building items to the Save Our Lives Orphanage home in Kumasi at the Golden Tulip Hotel which had one of their blocks burnt.
With support coming from International Community School also in Kumasi, Trigmatic indicated that the school has been donating to various orphanages. He said he decided to be a part of it because he was touched after seeing the burnt building causing its inhabitants not having a place to lay their heads.
Already, Trigmatic has a foundation that seeks to educate boys on the street which currently has enrolled one Richard Boateng in school. “But this time, I chose to give out my performance fee, proceeds and sponsorship money to give back to society upon seeing the bizarre incident” he said in an interview with The Heritage.
On what motivates him, he noted that it is just daily life, “it is whatever happens around me and the things I see and hear that I relate to. I am more of a street person and I live in a typical slum where I see people get hurt, hungry and attacked and they come to tell me their problems. In fact, this really helps me to live on.”