Sensational singer, Davido Adeleke vouches on his life to make sure resources donated to charity organizations don’t get embezzled by welfare officials.
This is coming after a Twitter shared the singer’s N250M charity gesture with her mother who narrated experience on how welfare officials often reserve resources for themselves other than disbursing to the children whom they were meant for.
“I told mum what Davido did and I’ve never seen her revolt so passionately against something. She said the money won’t get to the children cos welfare officers steal all. I hate Nigeria she said it’s so bad that nurses never want to leave welfare homes when they’re posted there,” the Twitter user wrote.
In response, the billionaire’s son wrote, “I will personally make sure this doesn’t occur!! I put that on my life!”
In recent news Award winning Nigerian actress, Yvonne Jegede took to Instagram to appreciate veteran actor Olu Jacob for his contribution to the movie industry, Nollywood.
The actress shared a video of the actor receiving the lifetime achievement award at the 2021 African International Film Festival (AFRIFF).
“Watched this video with tears in my eyes. I want to give him his flowers while I still can: uncle Olu Jacobs, thank you for blessing us with your talent, for paving the way for me. I honor you and appreciate you for the immense contribution you have made to Nollywood. Thank you sir,” she wrote.
Olu Jacobs, 79, was celebrated by his wife Joke Silva on Instagram on November 14 after receiving the lifetime achievement award.
Fellow veterans like Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Richard Mofe Damijo, Kate Henshaw, Ego Boyo and Segun Arinze took to the comment section of the post to congratulate Olu Jacobs.