DJ Switch ‘Switches’ School & Moves To Accra – Check Out The School She’ll Be Attending

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The 9-year-old talented DJ Switch has moved from her hometown, Suaman Dadieso in the Western Region of Ghana to the Greater Accra Region to continue her education and build her talent.

 

DJ Switch won the TV3’s Talented Kidz Season VIII show. Born Erica Tandoh, DJ Switch has won the heart over almost every Ghanaian with her skills and pure talent. As a result, she got the opportunity to perform at the just ended Ghana Meets Naija opening session. She got the audience of Ghana Meets Naija to their feet with her skills during the night.

 

After she won the Talented Kids Show, Tv3 presented Erica Tandoh with a cheque for GH¢10,000, a GH¢6,000 educational fund, and products from sponsors of the competition as her prize.

 

There were calls on her parents to relocate her to the city to help build and develop her talent. Erica has finally been moved to Accra.

 

She will now be schooling at Talented Royal International School at Weija in Accra. She previously schooled at Ideas Junior College, at Suaman Dadieso in the Western Region before she won the show.

 

The owner of the school, Edward Afful introduced Erica to her class 5 mates on Thursday.

 

See her class 5 teacher in a picture below:

 

DJ Switch Class Teacher

 

Portions of text culled from Ghpage.com

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