Davido Donates The Entire Sum Of 200 Million To Charity
He contributes 50 million of his own money to the cause.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido, the CEO of DMW, has announced that the 200 million he raised for his birthday from friends, colleagues, and fans will go to charity.
In a statement posted to his social media account, the DMW boss also stated that he would be donating N50 million of his own money, bringing the total donation to N250 million for the orphanage homes.
”I wish to express my sincere gratitude to my friends, colleagues, fans, and the public for the generous expressions of love in recent days. In my usual playful manner. I requested a few days ago that my friends and colleagues send money in celebration of my birthday.
The response and outcome exceeded my expectations, as I received about NGN 200.000 000 00 in less than two days. I truly appreciate everyone who donated hard-earned funds and I am very thankful for your generosity.
Have always been passionate about giving back and helping people. In view of this, I am delighted to announce that all the funds received, totaling NGN 200,000 000.00, will be donated to orphanages across Nigeria as well as the Paroche foundation.
In addition, I will be making a personal donation of NGN 50,000.000.00. Bringing the total amount to NGN 250 000 000.00.”
He hoped that his coworkers and friends would continue to back him up in his good deed.
After sharing his account details on social media, Davido raised N200 million in 72 hours.
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