Comedian Nasra helps the less fortunate
Ex Churchill show comedian Nasra helps the less fortunate
Ex Churchill show comedian Nasra decided to do a good deed for Kenyans.
The comedian said that people in North Eastern regions such as Wajir are starving due to the ongoing drought and unfortunately the political leaders they chose are not doing enough for their people.
She left many amazed after raising over Ksh 600,000 to buy food for people in drought stricken areas around the region.
“Alhamdhulilah I went back to wajir and i delivered some food and water,the reception was beautiful and after along time,every household cooked something yesterday..we still have a long way to go because they still lack so many things and we can only help when we stand together,keep on donating and I will help them on your behalf…may God keep on blessing y’all…0745 328 793.” she wrote.
” So North Eastern leaders can do a 50 million plus fundraiser to build a mall but cannot feed their people.” she said.
Nasra then thanked the people who donated food and beverages to feed the less fortunate.
She had partnered with Ifly air and famous Tik Toker Mummie Francie to spread the word about what she was going to do.
“Your donations have fed hungry and thirsty people 😭😭😭😭I can’t control my tears of happiness 🙏🙏🙏🙏thank you for trusting me with your money🙏🙏 @mummiefrancie Asante for using your voice,it really had an impact!🙏🙏🙏.”
Nasra had previously shared about the situation in North Eastern Kenya. She had asked her followers for ideas on how to help the people and together they came up with #TeamNasrafordroughtrelief.
“I’m bringing attention to the drought situation in the country and especially wajir,this is one of the IDP camps,people are struggling and I can’t just let it slide,what can we do team Nasra?”
Below are some comments shared by her fans on social media.
Data from the government estimates that more than four million Kenyans are currently facing hunger issues.
With families in the 11 counties of Turkana, Samburu, Tana River, Marsabit, Wajir, Isiolo, Mandera, Garissa, Kitui, Kajiado, and Laikipia being some of the worst hit by the drought.