The CEO of Sonnie Badu Ministries, Badu Homes and the Worship Radio, Sonnie Badu has added another business to his list of businesses. The music icon has opened a day care centre in London to cater for toddlers and children. The Day Care Centre dubbed Dizney Day Care caters for children aged five years and below.
The International Gospel Sensation who also doubles as a football agent, an Aircraft and Jet Consultant, believes his love for children made him invest in a Day Care Centre. He further believes that aside from his singing prowess to win souls for the kingdom, his God given gifts should also be channeled into his business life, hence the establishment of the Day Care Centre.
In an interview at his base in London, Sonnie explained that “being a gospel musician does not mean you have to be poor, but you actually stand the place and chance of receiving ideas to help change your generation”.
“I have great passion for kids; they are our future leaders, so I believe giving them a great foundation is a good fundamental for their future. Also nursery in London is big business”. Sonnie further called on all Ghanaians to join hands in prayers for the over 200 girls who had been kidnapped in Chibok in Nigeria.
The Dizney Day Care which has officially started operation was launched by Pastor Kingsley Appiagyei of the Trinity Baptist Church in London.
Meanwhile, Sonnie who just rounded the “Teach Me How To Worship Concert” that drew many souls to Christ in May, is preparing for the biggest live recording project on August 2 at the New Psalmist Baptist Church in Baltimore, USA. The project is dubbed “Africa goes Classic in America” and would feature three top American stars. There would be hymns and spiritual songs by Sonnie Badu. The project would be backed by String for Christ Orchestra.
Tickets for the “Africa Goes Classic in America”are available on www.sonniebadu.com and it are pegged at $15, $25, $50 and $35 for standard, couples, for a group of 5 and for VIP respectively. Dress code for the event is black tie for men and native attire for women.
The “Africa Goes Classic in America” is supported by the Worship Radio, Sonnie Badu Ministries, Plan It live, Afrique and Smartty’s Management and Production.