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5 Nigerian Celebrities Who Give Regularly To Charity

When one becomes a celebrity, it comes with a lot of fame, respect and not to forget, lots of money.
Not every celebrity who attains fame and wealth gives for a charity cause, however, we have a few of them who still do that. So i bring to you 5 celebrities who give regularly to charity.

1. Tonto Dikeh
Tonto Dikeh is the most well-known celebrity who gives a lot to charity publicly. The beautiful actress is never shy to associate herself people with needs. Through her foundation, The Tonto Dikeh Foundation, she has given out to a lot of the less privileged, visit orphanages where she has not just donated but spent quality time with these children.
The latest of her charity works was her recent visit to the Persons living with disability » in the Karanmajiji Disable Colony in Abuja to celebrate the United Nations International World Disability Day. In the course of the visit, she shared gifts with the inhabitants of the colony and also spent time having fun with them.

2. Davido
We all know that giving out to charity doesn't really mean setting up a foundation or associating with one because that's how Davido comes into this list. The music star is known for giving out to charity a lot. On social media, Davido is the guy gives money out to students who need to pay their school fees. He might be sometimes controversial but he has a heart of gold.

3. Empress Njamah
Empress Njamah's love for charity is really huge because of her nationwide charity events and projects. Her foundation caters to the needs of Nigeria children in major states. Empress has hosted over two thousand kids at several charity programmes, with high-cost souvenirs, clothes, foodstuff, toiletries, mosquito nets, among others.

4. Waje
Waje is another celebrity who has a major interest in giving out to charity. Waje is known to be a member of a number of charitable organisations where she has devoted her time to help with the aim of those organisations. Waje launched her foundation 'Safe House' in 2012 which she used in helping children get computer education and facilities to women.