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Rapper X.O Senavoe Empowers Women To Fight Against Breast Cancer
 
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05-Nov-2016  
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Rapper and activist X.O Senavoe, in collaboration with various health organizations have organized well-attended breast cancer awareness walk and free screening for the general public in Accra.

Under the theme "Breast Cancer - Let's Fight Together!” the event saw hundreds on the streets of Accra to create to awareness of the disease which is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in Ghana, with almost 3,000 diagnosed annually.

The fast raising artist who shot to fame with his debut single, ‘Taxi Music’ noted that -  “Beating breast cancer has always been a passion of mine. This year has been very eventful and has emphasized my knowledge of the fact that the most important things are God's love and our love for Him and humanity. I have decided to use the rest of my life, whatever God gives me, to fight for the rights of others, beginning with this."

Speaking to the gathering, X.O Senavoe said: "We have taken the first step in a long journey today. This is a journey that begins with us, out here, marching, educating and spreading the word about breast cancer. It's a small and modest start that I hope and know will grow to save many lives through early detection, education, and empowering women especially and men to beat the disease, and any stigma that comes with it"

He added that throughout the year, there will be more free screening, education and fund-raising events to support hospital and individuals affected by breast cancer.

According to him – “My focus is on early detection, and education about the deadly disease, as well as support for those who have unfortunately been afflicted by it. I ask all Ghanaians today to join us in this fight”
 
 
 
 
 

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