Burna Boy To Donate Earnings From S’Africa Concert To Xenophobic Attack Victims

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Nigerian singer Damini Ogul a.k.a Burna Boy has announced that parts of the proceeds from his earnings at the show he is scheduled to headline in South Africa would go to victims of the last xenophobic attacks in the country.

His pledge is coming after saying that he would never set foot on South African soil again following the xenophobic attacks on foreigners(especially Nigerians) living in the country.

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He made the new vow via his official Twitter handle on Saturday, 9th November.

He wrote:

The first of many! Part of the proceeds will be donated to the victims of Xenophobic attacks by me! I really hope we can all keep contributing in our own way to make the world a better and safer place for each other. Africans unite , it’s bigger than all of us

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1 Comment

  • Ordinary poor Nigerians deserve these proceeds more. Publicity stunts don’t benefit anyone. Forget about xenophobia, It is not exclusive to South Africa, It is a world wide natural phenomenon that no one can do anything about it. Even Nigerians themselves did it to Ghanaians on a massive scale at some stage and they did not see anything wrong because they were the perpetrators. It is only wrong when it happens to them. African states has to just fix their sh.t so that everybody doesn’t have to run away to South Africa. South Africa has also has a lot of its own sh.t to take care of and needs to be given that space.

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