Burna Boy Shares Food Packs To Over 300 Families In Rivers State To Celebrate His Grammy Win

Ace Nigerian Singer, Burna Boy decided to celebrate his Grammy Win by sharing food packs to over 300 less privileged families in Rivers state.

According to a post shared by his NGO, The Reach Nigeria on Twitter, the Twice as Tall singer had foodstuff packs distributed to over 300 families in the Kono, Khana local government area in the state.

From photos sighted on social media, the foodstuff packs contained items like rice, garri, beans, a bottle of palm oil among other things.

A large banner that had Burna’s picture was also spotted at the collection point of the relief items. In the banner, it was clearly stated that the relief program is in celebration of the music star’s Grammy win.

He was recently hosted by the Rivers State Government over the weekend where the Governor blessed him with huge cash prize and land.

Source: The African Media

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