Popular Nigerian songstress and philanthropist, Aituaje Iruobe, popularly known by her stage name, Waje, an acronym for ‘Words Aren’t Just Enough’, has called on all good natured Nigerians to donate towards Child Life Line initiative through her @WajeSafehouse Project.
The multi-award winning songstress made the call recently through her social media platforms.
According to her, she met with children of the Child Life Line initiative during her recent interview with CNN and since then she has dedicated her time and efforts towards contributing to the betterment of their lives through her NGO.
“Good day My Lovelies, after my recent interview with CNN, we met the children of Child Life Line. These are street kids who are being rehabilitated by the amazing people at this foundation. They need shelter, clothes, food and education.
“As part of @WajeSafehouse Project, please join me in making sure these children like Ope (the kid by my left) who wants to be a pilot gets an opportunity at a better life.
“To donate clothes for the children of Child Life Line in Lagos, please drop off at any one of these addresses: April By Kunbi: Elizabeth’s Place, 22B Admiralty Way (Yellow building on the right past Dominos, Centro Mall). 60 Tafawa Balewa Crescent off Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere TBWA: 5 Harold Shodipo Crescent GRA Ikeja,” sho posted on her official Google+ handle, OfficialWaje.
Waje was a guest at the CNN African voices where she talked about the ‪#‎AfricanWoman‬ Project, her partnership through @WajeSaafehouse with Child Life Line to provide succour to street kids and her forthcoming album.
The interview was aired on CNN on Saturday, February 6 at 3:30am and 1:30pm; Sunday, February 7 at 10:30am and 6:30pm; Monday, February 8 at 10:30am; and Tuesday, February 9 at 4:30am.
Waje had in the last couple of years worked with youths in her community through Waje’s Safe House where she teams up with other NGOs quarterly to help fight for their cause.
The first project was the Mental and Environmental Development Initiative for Children, assisting the Project HELP, Help Educate the Less Privileged, with the goal of raising funds to allow the children continue their studies in Makoko, through Ring Back Tones with her hit singles “Oko Mi” and “I wish.”

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