Contributing to the growth of the society by giving back to people in our immediate society is an act we all should incoprate, because we all have a role to play in the all round development of our society.
In this write-up, we shall be examining how two Nigerian singers gave back to the society by investing in the future of young boys who happen to be a fan. The two musicians did not just offer cash gifts to their young fans, they both invested in their future by sponsoring their education to a certain level. The two Nigerian artists are Wizkid and Bella Shmurda and below is the story of how each of them invested in the future of a young fan.
Ayodeji Balogun popularly known as Wizkid invested in the education of a young boy named Basit Alaka, the situation of the young boy changed for good after he was spotted singing his own version of "Gucci snake", a song made by Wizkid.
In the viral video which prompted Wizkid to help Basit, while singing, Basit was seen vulcanising a car tire because he was an apprentice in the workshop. However, after Wizkid watched the video, he revealed his intention of sending Basit to school, stating that he needs help in finding the boy. The boy was found and today Basit is in school, all tanks to Wizkid. See more photos below:
- Bella Shmurda.
Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed popularly known as Bella Shmurda also invested in the education of a very young boy named Samuel. The boy caught the attention of Bella Shmurda after he was seen dancing to 'Triumphant' (a song by the singer) in a video which went viral on social media platforms.
Bella Shmurda promised to sponsor the primary school education of the boy in any Nigerian school after visiting the boy and his parents. See more screenshots below:
We all should try to emulate this icons.
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