With the same approach he created a ‘music clinic’ where everyone could be attended by means of music in order to cure any kind of disease.
This project was called ‘Musiclinic’. He wrote a song for it and founded an office with the same name in Cotonou.
Unfortunately, Maestro Gnonnas Pedro was not able to finish this project, since at the end of a tour with his band Africando he had to be taken to a hospital in Meaux (Paris) in summer 2004 due to cancer. He died on August 12 of 2004 in the University Hospital of Cotonou.
The idea of declaring solidarity with his people by means of music has been picked up by his son Kuami Mensah Gnonnas, who has been rising up against the pitiful situation of a number of homeless immigrants who until June 2007 lived under very bad conditions under a bridge of the former riverbed of the river Turia in Valencia for over five years. Thus, in 2004 the musician had the idea of organising a concert and using the earned money to finance accommodation for these people. Two years later, this project was realised through the Association Musiclini-K which had been founded by Kuami Mensah and Patricia Zaragozí. A concert true to the motto ‘Nadie sin techo, nadie sin derechos’ (‘Nobody without a home, nobody without rights’) was given on January 26 of 2006 in the auditorium ‘El Loco’ in Valencia.
The realisation of this concert was supported by several associations, humanitarian organisations and private persons of the city of Valencia.