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King Tee Dee urges for opportunities for all

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King Tee Dee creates awareness on people living with disabilities. 

The International Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated annually on the 3 December since 1992 according to the United Nation website. The day aims to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities and create awareness on situations they face in their political, social, economic and cultural life. 


In honor of the international Day, King Tee Dee joined Boknora made an audience with the group according to a post on his social media platform where he motivated Namibian’s to not discriminate against the disable via post, “Let’s not discriminate them. Let them get all opportunities given to all, They equal human beings like you and me.” 

The post was met with positive reviews and praises from fans that were happy the Kwaito artist took the narrative to create awareness to those with disabilities. King Tee Dee is quite the humanitarian and we love him for it.  


 To catch a live appearance of the Kwaito legend be sure to make a stop in Windhoek at the Beacon Lodge tomorrow, 7 December. Not only will the entrance be free and you might be bought a drink by King Tee Dee but sharing the stage with no other than DJ Castro. 


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