- Naira Marley has expressed his intention to give back to the less privileged
- In a recent tweet, the singer revealed his plans of opening a meal centre for the poor
- Marley described the place as a non-profit charity where people can come to eat and get help
Nigerians singer, Azeez Fashola, also known as Naira Marley, recently took to social media to announce his plans of giving back to the less privileged in the society.
At a time when financial crises in the society have worsened due to the pandemic, the controversial singer has decided to come up with a brilliant idea of opening a soup kitchen.
In a recent tweet, the Soapy crooner revealed his intentions of opening a non-profit place where less privileged people can come to eat and also get help with other things they may need.
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"I wanna open a non-profitable charity kinda thing where people can just come to eat at anytime and also help them for any other things they need help with."
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Recall only a while ago, he took to Twitter to speak on what would make people on the micro-blogging site happy.
According to Marley, it is only giveaway that can make Nigerians on Twitter happy. He wrote: “The only thing that can make Nigerians happy on Twitter is giveaway.”
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As the impact of coronavirus bites harder on the vulnerable people in Nigeria, an undergraduate of the University of Ibadan (UI), Grace Ayoola, has embarked on the feeding of the less-privileged.
Legit.ng's regional reporter in Ibadan, Ridwan Kolawole, reports that Grace who fed no fewer than 25 households, said it was painful for her seeing people go hungry when she could do something to improve their condition.
She gave food packages to no fewer than 25 vulnerable households in the city of Ibadan, the capital of Oyo state, on Friday, April 24.
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