Jaguar pays school fees for 100 children
19 January 2016, 15:36
Nairobi - Kenyan hit making musician and director at the National body against drug abuse, Jaguar, has partnered with a local college to educate 100 reformed young addicts every three months, all in an effort to get them off the streets and living a better life.
In a post made on social media, the artist, the artist revealed that the partnership was so that they could empower these youth with various skills, to enable them acquire jobs.
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The institute I question is the Unity College in Buruburu, here in Nairobi, headed by a Director Kanyi. This partnership involves some reformed drug addicts, who will be working with the 100.
This move by Jaguar shows just how he has evolved since getting the NACADA job, avoiding unnecessary beef with other artist to instead spend his time working with the underprivileged.
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