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Martin and his team have over the years embarked on social, education, and developmental Projects to benefit society.


In 2018, upon graduating from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Martin decided to start an online publication to report stories mainly about the Volta Region of Ghana; the Volta News Online

He later changed the platform to Access Volta to write and publish everything there is to know about the Volta Region. Today the is still live and you can visit it to see things for yourself.

The homepage of the

The focus of the project is to create a one click access to everything Volta from news, tourist, attractions, festivals culture and business.


In 2018, Martin and his team in their own small ways decided to help the Suhyen SDA School with the little resource generated from his entrepreneurial initiatives. The dilapidated state of the school caught the attention of the philanthropist on his visit to the town as part of a community service usually held by the Keteke Ghana Club of GIJ.

The project ‘CITIZEN BUILD’ was to build a four-unit classroom block for the Suhyen SDA School in collaboration with Keteke Ghana. The school is around Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

Martin Cutting sod for the construction of the Four-Units Classroom Block for Suhyen SDA Classroom Structure at Suhyen SDA Basic

A durbar was held and chiefs and community members gathered to witness the start of the building. Both Martin and the Keteke Club also donated bags of cement for the start of construction. News about the project went viral and people began to develop an interest in supporting the project.

The chief of Suhyen receiving the donation from Martin and the President of the Keteke Ghana Club

However, the project did not see light of day as Political Leaders of the area stopped the project for Government to continue.


In the quest of promoting reading and learning among young students, Martin came up with a period Magazine to educate and entertain students. He had between 2013 and 2017 published over 10000 copies of his magazine as well as some books. He did not only author and published books and magazines to aid the students but he also motivated them through awards and gifts for good performance. As part of the Learn More, Earn More, project, Martin and his team has awarded over 300 students who participated in various quizzes in the Smart Eye Magazines edited and published by Martin Ntem.

Some winners in a group photograph at Dzodze
Some students posing with one of the editions of the Smart Eye Magazine
A picture of a certificate MTN awarded to winners in 2014

His foundation also supported poor and needy students across Ghana, especially in schools they distribute the Smart Eye Magazines