Runtown Blesses Fans During These Tough Times
30 March 2020
By Kenneth Kiplagat
Nigerian singer and now Philanthropist Runtown official names Douglas Jack Agu has shared between N20000 and N5000 in an initial N10million towards helping the needy in this coronavirus pandemic season.
Taking to his Instagram page, Runtown promised to give out the money to several people online who need to stock up on groceries due to the partial lockdown put in place by the government.
With a global clarion call to wash hands, self-isolate, and protect ourselves and loved ones, Rundown went ahead to urge his fans to send their bank accounts. His hope was that everyone was staying safe. He acknowledged that these times are extremely tough and Runtown is certain there are people with no money to stock up on survival essentials.
Until now many have benefitted and have shared their warm messages to Runtown and screenshots of the amount transfer and acknowledgments of receipt.
some of the responses were
"God bless you @iRuntown, God will always come through for you Folded hands thank you very much"
"@iRuntown I don’t know how to thank you enough for finding me worthy today but I would forever be great full to this gesture towards me. This is for my parent, let me buy them food like I pledged Raising hands"
"Thanks to a real celebrity a man for the people @iRuntown thank you, brother, for the help I have received your alert and I am grateful."
Actress Tonto DIkeh joins Runtown to pledge support to the masses with sanitizers. Toyin Abraham revealed also that she funded a supplier with N100,000 to give out hand sanitizers to 100 people.
Famous for his song Mad Over You. the song is currently on 102 Million views and counting.