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Jidenna Supports Flood Victims In Benue


American Musician of Nigeria descent, Jidenna Mobbisson has started to raise awareness for support for the flood victims in Benue state, Nigeria.

Jidenna shared a campaign picture with the caption: While both Freetown and Houston have been enduring, more than 100,000 people have been displaced by flooding in Benue State, Nigeria. Benue is next to the state where I grew up so this really hits home. We need more prayer and more action. Here are a couple ways to donate directly to relief funds via bank account. #BenueRelief | #BenueFlood | #MakurdiFlood |#PrayforBenue

Let's work together to help the people of Benue.

NEWS VIA: http://www.jamienaija.com/2017/09/jidenna-lends-hand-of-support-to-flood.html

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