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How Jaafar’s social Mlmedia campaign turns old Hausa music artiste to millionaire in one week Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 27, 2021

In just one week, a social Media Influencer and investigative journalist, Jaafar Jaafar has raised more than five Million Naira to a renowned old Hausa music artiste, Magajiya Dambatta.

Jaafar, who is the publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Daily Nigerian newspaper used his Facebook account to raise awareness on the plight of the 82-year old unsung heroine, who is now blind and mobilised resources towards her rehabilitation using his Social media handles.

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He said said about 576 spirited philanthropists and individuals donated various sums to an account opened to the aged Dambatta, and was able to generate the sum of  five million, six thousand two hundred and twenty-two naira (N5,006,222) within a week.

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