The Afrobeat singer, Burna Boy has distributed food packs to over 300 families in the Kono community in Rivers state to celebrate his big win.
However, this is coming after he was hosted to his royal-like ‘homecoming’ by the River State government.
The homecoming event took place on the 27th, Saturday, 2021 in Port Harcourt, River State.
According to Africa facts zone on Twitter, the Grammy Award winner shared relief items to the less privileged families in Kono, Khana Local Government Area of Rivers State.
Burna Boy provided food packs for over 300 families in Kono, Khana Local Government, Rivers State to celebrate his Grammy win. pic.twitter.com/SZV9CYNc5K
— Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) March 28, 2021
It is believed that Burna Boy partnered with an NGO, the Reach Foundation to share relief items to families in need in the Kono community.
From the photos shared on Twitter, the relief items contained; rice, garri, packs of noodles, and a bottle of palm oil.
Also, large banners of Burna Boy’s portrait were fixed in strategic places within the areas of the outreach location.