Atiku Abubakar Praises Davido On His Donation To Orphanages
More Nigerians have continued to appreciate Davido for his humanitarian efforts.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Former Nigerian Vice President Atiku Abubakar has praised Nigerian music musician Davido for contributing N250 million to orphanages around the country.
Davido sent all of the money he made after revealing his bank account information on Twitter to orphanages all throughout the country.
On Sunday, November 21, 2021, the former Vice President moved to Twitter to commend the musician for his courageous decision.
“Dear @davido, thank you for making the lifting of others a cornerstone of your endeavour. I join your family and friends and millions of your fans in wishing you a memorable birthday. I wish you more years in good health, more award-winning music and, above all, lifting others,” he tweeted.
On Wednesday, November 17, the musician resorted to Twitter to share his account details and invite followers to donate to the account.
He collected nearly N50 million in less than an hour after tweeting.
He raised little over N200 million, which he distributed to various organizations around the country.
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