With 274 confirmed Covid-19 cases and six death in Nigeria, it does not look like the ban on this lockdown would be lifted anytime soon.
And this only means that people especially the poor and need would have less and less to eat and drink and in extreme cases, where to even sleep.
Many people have done their bits to help these less fortunate ones by donating food and relief items for them.
One of these people is Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh. She donated food items at the latter part of last week and this week, she is on it again.
This week, she is donating food items like rice, indomie, vegetable oil, eggs, bread, tin tomatoes amongst others to 20,000 single mothers.
The mother of one has shown that there is a beautiful and kind heart behind all that glam and glitz.
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Kids Advocacy And Development Foundation( KAD,King Andre Dikeh Foundation) will be doing it’s noble bit to help 2,000 thousand Nigerian Kids in the face of this menace of the Covid-19 pandemic. Often times, children are overlooked in the face of global issues. It must remain imprinted in our hearts that children are beam of the future; upcoming trailblazers, and they deserve intensive care and support, and even more in the face of perils. In this regard, the King Andre Dikeh Foundation will be driving an initiative called 2000Bags OF HOPE. This is HIS contribution to Nigeria to cater for the welfare of 2,000 Vulerable kids(IDP CHILDREN). Kids whose parent might not be fortunately placed to provide for them in the face of this pandemic. More than just this, we are also sending hearty encouragement to every child in these times. Things will get back to normal; you’ll go back to school. For those whose parents are infected with the virus, they’ll recover. Our prayers and love are with you. Be strong, and know that just because you’re a child doesn’t make you any less. You matter to us! You matter to the world! Your dreams are still valid! King Andre Dikeh. @kingandredikehfoundation @kingandre_dikeh @t_d_foundation