“This is so beautiful, Gen Z wey get seense” – Ayra Starr donates borehole water to community in Lagos (Video)

Nigerian music sensation Ayra Starr, also known as Sarah Oyinkansola Aderigibe, has demonstrated her commitment to philanthropy beyond her musical career by generously donating a much-needed borehole to the Orimolade Ifako Community in Lagos State. Ayra Starr expressed her excitement about her “E dey rush” initiative on her official X page, which aims to supply safe and clean water to those in need. This endeavor, which began in 2023, brought immense joy to the community residents upon the completion of their borehole. At just 21 years old and with a Grammy nomination under her belt, Ayra Starr continues to make a positive impact beyond the realm of music.

Sharing video on her timeline, she extended her gratitude to her collaborators, Hope Spring Water and Mavin Records, for their partnership and contribution to the project’s successful installation in the Orimolade Ifako Community, which had been without water for over 20 years.

The Sabi Girl ended her post by saying that everyone deserves water. 

She wrote, “Started ‘E Dey Rush’ campaign last year to provide clean and safe water to communities. I’m so happy to see the Orimolade Ifako Community getting their borehole installed.”

“I’m grateful for the partnership of @hopespringwater & @mavinrecords to make this happen. Everyone deserves good water.”

Watch the video below:

Ayra Starr’s donation to a Lagos community impressed many netizens, sparking a wave of positive reactions.

Some reactions are shown below:

osomuyaalabirima said, “God bless her she’s better than Tinubu.”

anddykin said, “Abeg wetin wiz kid and burna boy don do for their community just asking instead of buying cars.”

shegesvibe7 said, “Na so your blessings go rush ❤.”

nosakaduna7 said, “God bless her! She’s far better than those trowing monies in the streets saying they re giving back to the society! We can’t leave everything for the govt! We need help ourselves.”

brbsextoysnigeria said, “Humanity is beautiful Keep winning queen. Not all heroes wear capes.”

Bambad___ said, “Gen Z wey get sense … love it.”

Hauwa_garko said, “We will eventually get to the point where citizens will do all the projects neglected by the leaders and then the leaders will become irrelevant. It is possible if each of us take action by executing a project within our locality, no matter how small..it all adds up. Bless her beautiful heart for such a kind and thoughtful gesture.”

Sources: Infotrend.com.ng