Why I donated to Ghana’s orphanage – Grace Nation group CEO Honorable ExKid

Honorable ExKid, the founder and CEO of Grace Nation Entertainment has offered an explanation for his recent sighting in Accra at the popular Ghanaian orphanage, Osu Children’s Homes.

Honorable ExKid, whose real name is  Onuora Chibueze Paul, is also the founder and CEO of Grace Nation Building Materials. He further averred: “I made the donation in my capacity as an individual, but at the same time, I also made donations to other orphanages in Nigeria in the name of my company, the Grace Nation group.”

The Grace Nation group founder further opined that society would be better off if well-to-do companies are serious with their corporate social responsibilities.

He reiterated his earlier statement that profit-oriented companies should undertake corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes that focus on the less privileged in society.

“Since companies’ profitability is made possible by the people in the society, for-profit entities should, as a matter of moral obligation, give back to society,” he reflected.

Honorable ExKid had visited the Osu orphanage with items that included rice, tissue papers, vegetable oil, and cartons of Indomie noodles.  His donations also included Viju milk drinks, Milo and Peak powder milk and biscuits.

The native of Ogbu Umueri, Anambra State, and an alumnus of Federal Polytechnic, Oko, further claimed that his inclination towards helping people dated to his days on campus when he represented his department in the institution’s students parliament.

“Philanthropy is not only by cash donation; there are other ways an individual and corporate entities can help the needy in society,” he affirmed.

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