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Ruger donates relief materials to orphans in South Sudan (Photos/Video)

Nigerian singer-songwriter, Michael Adebayo Olayinka also known as Ruger, has donated relief items and cash to orphans in Juba, South Sudan.

It was gathered that the artiste donated $1,000,(N740,000) and food items to Juba Orphanage centre during a recent visit.

Ruger arrived in South Sudan few days ago, for a concert organized by Next Level Entertainment and he decided to use part of proceeds from the event to provide relief for orphaned kids.

After holding a press in Pyramid Continental hotel, the Jonzing Records signee paid a visit to the Nigerian embassy in Juba where he met Nigeria’s ambassador to South Sudan, Hon. Amb. Ibim.

The singer and Ambassador Ibim went together to the Juba orphanage Center, where he donated the truckload of items.

Ruger took to his Twitter page on October 13 and shared photos, with the caption; ”GOD BLESS SOUTH SUDAN 🇸🇸❤️”

See his post:

A video which surfaced online shows the kids dancing joyfully as his hit song, Girlfriend was being played by the DJ.

Watch the clip:

On similar trend Popular Nigerian singer, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade aka Mr Eazi has donated the sum of N5 million to African students stranded in Ukraine amid the ongoing fight against Russia.

Thousands of Africans are reported to be stranded in Ukraine and are having difficulties leaving the country or finding suitable and safe accommodation pending when they can be safely evacuated.

Touched by their plight, Mr Eazi donated 5 million naira to a crypto wallet set up by a humanitarian group to assist them with feeding and travel arrangements.

Ace comedian, Craze Clown announced the singer’s donation via his Twitter account as he called on other well-meaning persons to donate whatever they can.

He wrote; ”Thank you soooo much @mreazi for the huge donation of 5m naira to help African students stranded in ukraine  please I urge everyone that can help one way or the other to do so… I will be sharing more links you can donate to. All Help is needed at this point  it’s alot.”

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