Davido speaks on why he donated the money to orphanages(Video)

Nigerian singer, Davido has explained why he is giving orphanages the N201 million donated to him, and an additional N50 million from his pocket.

In a video he shared Instagram page, the Holy Ground singer noted that he is not being corky, but he knows he doesn’t need the money, while some people really need it.

According to the father of three, he will be adding N50 million of his money, making it N251 million to be distributed to different orphanages.

Davido said; ”The love that people have shown me is really unbelievable. I used to question myself like ‘is being a good person even worth it’ because I remember many people be like David you are too nice, you are too free, you are too accessible, you are too this, you are too that and it got to a point where I was even thinking to myself like is this thing affecting me…but these past few days have shown me that no man..I appreciate it.

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A lot of people have called me saying ‘it’s your money, keep it. Don’t listen to what people are saying’. Not to be corky, The money is a lot. I wouldn’t say I don’t need it but I think there are more people who need it more than me.

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People were like sending me N5000, N2000, N3000, N100. This might be their last bar.

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Right now we are at N201 million. I have decided to donate all the money in Nigeria. I am going to add N50 million of my own money. So that I N251 million that I am going to be disbursing”.

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