Celebrating the Grammys: Burna Boy Distributes Food Packs to over 300 Families in Rivers State
- Singer Burna Boy is still in Rivers state celebrating with his people
- Just recently, the Grammy-winning artiste had foodstuff packs distributed to over 300 families in Kono LGA
- Photos of the happy beneficiaries were spotted on social media
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A day after receiving a royal-like welcome and hosting a largely attended homecoming concert, Burna Boy celebrated his Grammy win with some less privileged families in Rivers state.
According to a post shared by AfricaFactsZone on Twitter, the Twice as Tall singer had foodstuff packs distributed to over 300 families in the Kono, Khana local government area in the state.
From photos sighted on social media, the foodstuff packs contained items like rice, garri, beans, a bottle of palm oil among other things.
A large banner that had Burna’s picture was also spotted at the collection point of the relief items.
In the banner, it was clearly stated that the relief programme is in celebration of the music star’s Grammy win.
Check out the pictures below:
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Some social media users commended the singer’s effort while calling his attention to other matters of importance in the state.
Read some comments below:
"Burna gifting food packs to 300 families in Kono, Khana Local Govt is commendable but he should use his influence to talk to Gov. Wike cos what the people especially the youths need are jobs, good infrastructure & the govt should also ensure salaries are being paid promptly."
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"I appreciate the gesture, please can he include skill acquisition in his charity work or provide social amenities . Something that for along time , pple can fall back on."
"When artiste engage in such corporate social responsibilities we don’t applaud them. After they’ve done so and they decide to enjoy their own money people will now complain and say there are poor people around. So can’t we enjoy our own wealth anymore, huh!"
"That’s what I love seeing, giving back to the community."
Legit.ng previously reported singers Duncan Mighty and Timaya were also in Port Harcourt to celebrate with Burna Boy.
Videos on social media captured the moment the singers hugged each other passionately during the concert. Fans could not help but admire the brotherly love between the celebrities.