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Ayra Starr turns fan into millionaire during live interview

Nigerian sonorous singer, Ayra Starr surprised a female fan by giving her a huge sum of money to support her career aspirations and dreams.

The Mavin Princess recently sat down for a chat with OAP Dotun on Cool FM, and it was in that moment she gave the sum of N2million to a lady, who is a music journalist.

Ayra gifts fan N2 million

Ayra Starr explained that she is where she is today because someone once invested in her career, so it is only right for her to do the same for someone else.

Dishing an advice to the lucky recipient, Dotun told her to use the money to purchase essential equipment for her business, as that amount could go a long way.

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Nigerian comedian, Chukwuebuka Amuzie, better known as Brain Jotter, has successfully raised over N20 million to support a physically challenged fan identified as Queen Onwunachie.

During his comedy show on May 25, woman impressed him by being the first guest to arrive at the event, as she was already at the venue when his team were setting up the sound ahead of the show.

In a video posted on his official Instagram page, the skit-maker narrated how he met her at the show and was moved to change her life.

Brain Jotter said; “The show I planned in Abuja wasn’t my show, it was a woman’s show. I don’t know that God had other plans.

“So when the show was going on, I was in my hotel room upstairs at Transcorp Hilton, so I came downstairs to check what was going on. I saw this lady sitting down. I wasn’t aware that she didn’t have hands or legs, what she wore were plastic hands and legs.”

When the event started, Brain Jotter alongside Broda Shaggi and some other entertainers begin to pick people at random from the crowd, and in that moment he asked about the lady who was on crutches, whom he met earlier.

“So as Shaggi (Broda shaggi) was about to pick someone else, my mind went straight to that lady (Onwunachie). I remembered her…. The initial plan was to raise 1 million for the lady,” he recounted.

However, at the end of the night, they were able to fundraise no les than 20 million naira for the woman, including a sponsor, who pledged to process her Visa to Canada.