M.I Holds Photo Exhibition Fund Raising For Homeless Kids

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 24th, 2014
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Chocolate City rapper, M.I has been away from the music scene for about five years now.

Upon his return, he steps out with a new single, King James.

With the hot single making waves and the rapper still declaring himself as Nigeria and Africa’s king of rap even after five years of absence, he takes a walk to his state of origin, Jos.

There, on Friday, Aug. 22, M.I organised a photo exhibition show, first-of-its-kind ‘Photo exhibition and leadership event’ at Terra Kulture to raise funds for the needy and inspire Nigerian youths.

Speaking on why that was the next point of call outside music, M.I said he needed to do something for the needy in his state who became homeless after the Jos crises…

’ A lot of fans and music industry pundits wondered why M.I would organize a photo exhibition and lecture after a long break from music, rather than focus on promoting his new since King James. The rapper explained himself, saying ‘there’s a couple in Jos who needs our support, during the crisis in Jos, they took in over 70 homeless kids and they’ve since been the ones taking care of them, they need our support any proceed made from the sale of these pictures would go straight to them.’

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