Buju Banton Feted By Children Homes For His Charity Work

Jamaican Reggae Singer Buju Banton received a surprise visit  from boys in children centers which he supports under his Buju Banton Foundation.

The boys brought him assorted goods which included an artwork portrait of himself, two souvenir pottery vases moulded by the boy’s, eggs from their poultry project and fresh mangoes from their farm.

The boys came from two different Children Rescue Centre’s, Mount Olivet Boys’ home based in Manchester and Sunbeam Children’s Centre based in St Catherine.

Both centers are supported by the Singer’s ‘Buju Banton Foundation’.

After his seven year stint in a US Prison for charges of drug possession, the ‘Champion’ Singer returned home in 2018 to which he has immersed himself deeply in charity work by aiding underprivileged children.

Previously, Buju also teamed up with US rapper and entrepreneur Kanye West and Audio Mack in furnishing the rescue with computer’s, chairs and musical equipment.

They continue to adore the Singer for his generosity and outright display of the fatherly role as they celebrate him ahead of the coming ‘Father’s Day’.

Buju has never been shaken by the Jamaican government decision to bar him from registering his foundation due to his past drug charges.

He has so far established a scholarship in honour of his mother, Murdine Clarke and supports his alma mater Denham High school.

By showing appreciation for the gifts he received, Buju took to Instagram sharing a picture of himself in the company of the boys at his foundation with a well crafted congratulatory remarks.

“That was a beautiful gesture ❤️🙌🔥by the boys and also learning the lessons of self-sufficiency and independence.. Happy Father’s Day Mr. Banton 🇯🇲🎉😍” Posted one of his fans.

Story By Steve Osaka.

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