Kofi Kingston Starts Educational Foundation In Africa

Kofi Kingston

Kofi Kingston is giving back to the place where he was born.

Born in Kumasi, Ghana in 1981, Kofi Kingston has had a memorable career in WWE, including a stint as WWE Champion and being a part of The New Day faction, which has sustained a level of success for years now.

Now, Kofi Kingston is giving back after his career has been good to him, launching an educational foundation in his homeland of Ghana.

Kingston had this to say on his Instagram:

“I’m so incredibly excited to FINALLY announce a project that my mom and I have been working on for some time now.

The CLICK for Quality Education Foundation will build top quality computer labs and library media centers for junior high schools across Ghana, particularly in underprivileged areas. (The acronym ’CLICK’ stands for Computer Lab and Integrated Center of Knowledge).

CLICK for Quality Education Foundation centers will offer training in computer literacy, media and information literacy (MIL), critical thinking, and creative problem-solving skills, while instilling a love of reading and research in students.

The first CLICK Center is presently being built at the Atwima Takyiman Presbyterian Junior High School in the Kwadaso Municipality in the Ashanti Region.

We have a lot in the works and we’ll be posting updates detailing the progress we’ve made.”