Fast rising Afro-pop music sensation, King Promise, spent his birthday touching lives of the less privileged when he lead a team from Touch a Life Impact Group to make a donation to New Life Children’s Home, an orphanage located in Nungua in the Capital.
The Oh Yeah hit maker and the CEO for Touch a Life Impact Group, Samait Kwannin lead the team to donate 200 bags of Cement, assorted Groceries, Boxes of Water, Toiletries among others to the orphanage during the early hours of Wednesday, August 16. Also played games with the kids and had a reception to dine with the children and staff of the orphanage.
Speaking on the motivation behind the philanthropic act, King Promise said; “I have always loved kids as a person and growing up, I always wanted to impact society in any capacity possible, so I decided to join my mates from school to raise funds for charity on my birthday.” He added that he is particularly happy to have the opportunity to put smiles on the faces and touch lives of the under privileged children”.
King Promise is currently signed on to Killbeatz Addison’s Legacy Life Entertainment record label and currently promoting his single Oh Yeah which has been topping the chart in recent times.