How Kai Cenat donated $2,800 for building of school in Makoko slum

Nigerian entrepreneur and humanitarian activist, Michael Oyiga has disclosed that American streamer, Kai Cenat donated the sum of $2,800 for the construction of a new school building in Makoko slums, Lagos.

Recall that when the American visited Nigeria last week, the first area he visited was Makoko, where he interacted with some kids and pledged to bring some relief to the community.

Kai Cenat donated $2,800 for renovation of school in Makoko

Giving an update on the YouTuber’s philanthropic gesture, Michael said Cenat visited one of the schools he’s been providing assistance to and gave them Two thousand eight hundred dollars to erect a new building.

He revealed via Twitter, that two weeks after receiving the funds from Kai Cenat for the school, the construction work finally commenced.

Kai Cenat donated $2,800 for renovation of school in Makoko

“Two weeks ago, Kai Cenat came to one of the schools I’ve been looking out for in the slums of Lagos and donated $2,800 for a new building. 3.9million Naira.

Today, the building construction has started. Just wanted to update everyone. For posterity sake,” Oyiga wrote while sharing photos and video on the microblogging site.

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CorrectNG reported days ago that the Twitch streamer, indicated the desire to build a school for the children in Makoko, following his recent visit to Lagos.

Cenat made this known during a live stream in his studio apartment in the United States while explaining that the process for the construction of a good school has been ‘stamped’.

The internet personality went on to appeal to people with the right contacts of people who can construct the centre of learning and get the necessary equipment.

His desire to build a school in the rural settlement of Makoko generated mixed reactions as some opined that he was clout chasing, while other Nigerians encouraged him.

He said; “The process of me building this new school in Nigeria has officially been stamped today. This new school in Makoko in Nigeria, I’ve started working on the school.”