Spearheading an initiative tagged ‘Add A Cup’ and operating through her NGO, Kaffy Foundation, the dancer is giving out food, hand sanitisers, hand gloves, and facemasks to Nigerians around the country.
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She took to her Instagram page to post the following:
“Please dancers or anyone living in Badore, Ajah axis, kindly DM to get assistance with food if you are in need. This is going to be a long road. Send via DM or Whatsapp number and address and we will get to you. During this period, we need to help one another.
“We are currently in Abuja, Agege, Abule Egba, Ogba, Benin, Port Harcourt, Awka, Aba, Ibadan, and Ajegunle. If you have anything to spare, food or money, kindly DM or call.”
In a similar vein, other celebrities such as Toyin Abraham, Peter Okoye of Psquare, and Banky W are devoting their time and considerable resources to help advance the welfare of others during these difficult times.
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For the past few days, Banky W has been providing food to the needy in Lagos through the Lekki Food Bank. This initiative is backed by the Lekki Residents Association, the Nigeria Police Force and Community leaders in the Maruwa Community.
Given the COVID-19 situation in the country, the charitable efforts by these celebrities are commendable. These acts of kindness are a positive response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They go a long way in curbing the spread of the virus by capturing the attention of the ill-informed in society.
In this way, many Nigerians can be enlightened on the importance of taking the right measures to protect themselves and their loved ones during the pandemic.
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