Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Davido Buys A T-Shirt From His Former Signee Zlatan Ibile For 5,000 Pounds (Video)

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Nigerian music star, David Adeleke a.k.a Davido, bought a T-Shirt from colleague Zlatan Ibile for five thousand pounds (N2,716,590.17). Davido and Zlatan Ibile

While buying the shirt, Davido said, “I don’t know how much this shirt costs but we don’t buy anything for the same price. I’m the first one to do it, I’m buying this shirt for five thousand pounds.”

Davido last month as part of his birthday celebration decided to give back to society by donating N250m to orphanages across Nigeria when he made the call for donations on his Insta-story asking his friends to contribute at least 1million naira each to him for his birthday.
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He also set up a five-man committee to monitor the progress of the disbursement of the fund.

Last Saturday, he revealed that his N250m orphanage fund received over 1,234 applications.

The singer took to his Instagram stories to give updates on the selection and disbursement processes of the N250m fund.

The application, which was open to only registered orphanages in Nigeria, lasted for three days.
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He wrote, “Verification is ongoing, and the report will be out by 15th December. Selection and disbursement 18th/19th and the press release should by 20th Dec.

“1,234 responded; 852 without orphanage names; 382 with orphanage names.

“The national association of orphanages in Nigeria sent the list of orphanage homes within their coverage, which to some extent, is helping us in the verification process. God bless. We rise by lift.”

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