Singer Size 8 Opens a School For Helping The Needy To Access Free Education

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Very few people can have the motive of helping out to the community or the society especially with their own finances. Even the politicians that people elect rarely do such kind of things. In Kenya, there have been artists who have brought themselves up by giving back to the society. Just to name a few are Singer Jaguar, Nonini, Toboa Siri and now singer size 8.

Gospel sensation Size 8 has opened a free pre-school for youngsters from poor foundations. Her better half Dj Mo shared on Instagram a photograph of many kids with their educator, inscribing that it was his significant other’s method for giving back to the general public.

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This is what his hubby Dj Mo haf to say, “Am humbled by @size8reborn – for the love she has for children and women, she decided to start up a free Pre-school-Kindergarten for those parents who cannot afford – from paying teachers, buying food and uniform she does herself,”.

The school, God’s Gift Kindergarten, is completely financed by the gospel artist whose first conceived little girl Ladasha is eight months old.

Size 8 had before shared a photograph of the youngsters at her kindergarten on Instagram subtitling it: “My kids I cherish them to such an extent. God I favor you for conceding me such endowments.”

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Amid a late meeting, Size 8 had admitted that she continues contemplating her child whenever she goes out.

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