Close to a decade that rapper Obour said goodbye to studios to head the Music Union of Ghana, he is seen on a “Save ATEWA Forest” campaign video dropping bars to show that his comeback as a recording artiste is imminent.
The video titled ‘ATEWA till Eternity’ features Save Atewa Forest Music Anbassadors; Obour, Nero X, MzVee, Sherifa Gunu, Kojo Rana, Kuami Eugene, Heleen Van Den Hombergh, Richie Mensah, Patch Bay Band, Dela Botri was directed by Prince Dovlo.
According to a message on YouTube by Lynx Entertainment who shared the video, it was inspired by the need to draw the minds of people in Ghana and all across the world on the need to secure important water and biodiversity hotspots like Atewa Range Forest. The goal of the inspiration and campaign is to secure an upgrade from a Forest Reserve to a National Park status which will ensure long-term sustainability of this magnificent jewel in the crown of protected areas in Ghana.
Key institutions supporting the campaign to secure this globally significant biodiversity area are A Rocha Ghana, Netherlands Committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Green Beats, Family Tree Entertainment and the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Ghana.
You can also join the campaign with these hashtags:
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