Friday, 14 September 2012

Former Ghanaian representative of the ongoing Big Brother reality show DKB was at his alma mater, St. John’s Grammar High School, with his anti-gender violence campaign as he promised.
According to his management, Ecstasy and Boom Entertainment, “DKB wants to use his experience to teach the youth the consequences of provoking and anger, how to refrain and handle it.”
The show was an edutainment package where he spoke about his scandal, the emotional torture he went through, how to deal with anger and provocations etc. coupled with entertainment such as a performance of his apology song, an anti-violence rap competition and dance competition, with the winners taking away autographed anti-gender violence t-shirts.
The students had a memorable experience on the show and learnt a few tips on anger management.
 His management added, “DKB is undertaking this initiative to help curb violence issues among the youth in relation to gender by education and also to send a strong message out there that we must refrain from all forms of violence and provocations during and after the upcoming elections.” He would be hitting other high school campuses soon to spread the word.

Credit: NEWS-ONE 



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