In as much as the economic recession tends to be hitting us real hard, there are still a few of us who seem not to be so affected by this present situation. This is portrayed in their lifestyles and charity towards so many persons around them. Yes! Our celebrities are humans like us; they experience what every normal Nigerian experiences. There are some who are just so focused on fame and beauty, while others focus on wealth acquisition. There are equally those who are exceptionally valuable in the society. these are persons who feel the need to help those around them by rendering help in one way or the other. The year 2016 saw exceptional charitable Nigerian female celebrities who saw the importance of making an impact in the lives of the people. These celebrities never stopped putting smiles on people’s faces.
At least we know some who will stop at nothing to make orphans, widows and less privileged happy again even extending their goodwill to fans, but which celebrities were the most charitable of them all in 2016? Here are the top charitable Nigerian female celebrities, 2016;
Tonto Dikeh who is now married with a kid, owns a foundation known as The Tonto Dikeh Foundation, which focuses on giving support to orphans and young girls.
2. Empress Njamah:
The curvy Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah also has a foundation which caters for the needs of Nigeria children in major states. Empress has hosted over two thousand kids at several charity programme, with high-cost souvenirs, clothes, food stuff, toiletries, mosquito nets, among others.
3. Caroline Danjuma:
Caroline Danjuma once gave out her expensive and very precious gowns to fans that asked
4. Dabota Lawson:
Dabota owns a water company that provides clean water to children in rural areas, and also to community schools, hospitals and orphanages.
We hope more charitable female celebrities emerge come 2017, to to buttress the point that “what a man can do, a woman can do better”!
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