- A Nigerian rapper decided to spend his Valentine's Day with little kids who are deaf, so he paid them a visit
- Staqk G took a trip to their school in Lagos where he performed for them free of charge and the children were so happy to see him
- The video of his kind act has surfaced online and so many people have praised him for doing the nice thing he did
Not many people remember the physically disabled during festivities. But a Nigerian rapper identified as Staqk G has done something very nice.
He decided to spend his Valentine's Day with kids that are deaf. He took a trip to their school and performed free for them.
Music is a universal language
The rapper said he did the performance because the disabled children also deserved to enjoy the universal joy that music gives. Someone interpreted for the children.
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He wrote on Instagram while sharing the heartwarming video:
"I decided to spend my Valentine rapping for hear-impaired children because they also deserve to listen to the universal language we all enjoy which is music."
Nigerians react to his kind act
Many Nigerians who have seen his kind action have started heaping praises on him for remembering the children and spreading joy to them on Valentine's Day. A few of the comments go as follows:
"Love you bro. Your head is in a good place."
"Thanks for coming around bro."
"Thank you for sharing happiness!"
"Keep the good works sweeti."
Watch the video below:
Physically challenged woman receives scholarship for her son in medical school
Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that a physically challenged woman was surprised when she received a scholarship for her son who is in medical school.
The student, identified as Jayeoba Mayokun is a medical student at Bayero University, Kano. He received a full year's scholarship to enable him to offset his education bills.
The very kind gesture came from the Oluwaseun Peoples Foundation which is based in Osun state and owned by Pastor Oluwaseun Basil Alabi.