Phrimpong Hints at The Possible Project 3 at His Alma Mater TKSHS

Phrimpong - Possible Project
Phrimpong – Possible Project

Ghanaian musician and philanthropist, Phrimpong, is set to launch the third installment of The Possible Project at his alma mater, Tweneboah Kodua Senior High School, on July 6th. This initiative aims to inspire young students to pursue both higher education and their creative talents, proving that it is possible to excel in both areas simultaneously.

The Possible Project started with its first episode in Ashtown in September 2021, where Phrimpong and colleague creatives mentored 500 students from four Junior High Schools. The event focused on encouraging students to prioritize their education while nurturing their artistic abilities. The success of this event laid the foundation for the second episode, which took place in November 2022 at New Amakom M/A School in Kumasi, during the school’s 70th-anniversary celebration. This episode further solidified the project’s mission, reaching a wider audience and reinforcing the importance of balancing education and talent.

As Phrimpong prepares for the third episode, he reflects on his journey as both an academic and a musician. His alma mater holds a special place in his heart, making this event particularly meaningful. The upcoming installment promises to bring a sense of nostalgia as Phrimpong returns to his roots, using his progress and achievements to motivate current students at Tweneboah Kodua Senior High School.


The Possible Project’s core message is clear: no creative person should be left out in the pursuit of higher education. Phrimpong’s efforts aim to change the narrative that education and talent are mutually exclusive. By sharing his own experiences and success stories, he hopes to inspire the next generation to believe in their abilities and strive for excellence in both academics and their creative endeavors.

The Possible Project is more than just an event; it’s a movement that champions the dual pursuit of education and talent. The project has so far witnessed the distribution of over 1,000 branded exercise books to imprint its mission on the minds of participants.

By returning to his alma mater, Phrimpong aims to leave a lasting impact on the students, showing them that with determination and hard work, they can achieve greatness in all aspects of their lives.

Kwame Agyei (Cue)

Blogger, Digital Marketer & Med. Practitioner. Proud African reader, lover of nature and poetry. Blogging chose me unaware and I inked the contract with love.

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