Yemi Alade gives back to the Secondary school she attended as a Teenager

Nov 07, 2018 |

When Nigerian singer Yemi Alade is busy touring the globe, she is getting involved with charity work, in one way or another. The performer made a charitable stop at Victory Grammar School, Ikeja; the secondary school she attended as a teenager.

The diva through her “Helen and James Pathway Foundation” organized a vision and heating screening for all the students, shared stationery, visited the music class of the institution as well as gave an address to the students motivating them and advising them to take their academics seriously.

Yemi Alade is also gearing to release two new singles, and headline a concert, tagged “The Yemi Alade Afrikan Fest” in Abuja this December.

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The queen giving back. When #YemiAlade is busy touring the globe, she is getting involved with charity work, in one way or another. The performer made a charitable stop at Victory Grammar School, Ikeja; the secondary school she attended as a teenager. The diva through her "Helen and James Pathway Foundation" organized a vision and heating screening for all the students, shared stationery, visited the music class of the institution as well as gave an address to the students motivating them and advising them to take their academics seriously. Yemi Alade is also gearing to release two new singles, and headline a concert, tagged "The Yemi Alade Afrikan Fest" in Abuja this December

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