Davido Release details of how to disburse N300m he donated to orphanages

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Renowned music sensation David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has now revealed details of how to disburse N300 million through his foundation, the David Adeleke Foundation (DAF), to orphanages across Nigeria. This annual contribution is a part of Davido’s ongoing efforts to support the welfare of Nigerian children.


The announcement was made through a press statement posted on Davido’s Instagram account. According to the statement, a total of 13,936 eligible children will benefit from the funds, with 1,688 deemed eligible for the disbursement. The allocated funds are set to benefit 427 eligible orphanage homes across the country, with an average of N19,733 to be disbursed per eligible child.

The statement emphasized the importance of transparency and accountability in charitable endeavors, assuring the public that the funds have been deposited into the foundation’s bank accounts. The disbursement process is expected to take two to three weeks, during which the foundation’s team will work diligently to verify and process payments to selected orphanages.

Davido, in his accompanying Instagram post, expressed gratitude for being in a position to contribute to the welfare of the nation’s children. He wrote, “To our nation’s children, I remain grateful to be in a position to be able to help. Please accept my humble contribution. Together we shall shape a brighter future.

This is not the first time Davido has extended such philanthropic gestures. In 2023, he donated N237 million to various orphanages, benefiting 424 institutions across Nigeria. In 2021, he also challenged his friends and fans to support his 29th birthday by donating N1 million each, raising a total of N250 million, which he subsequently donated to orphanages.

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