On Nigeria’s Independence Day 1 October, Nigerian singer Waje launched her Waje Safe House initiative aimed at supporting NG’s and causes that need help to achieve their goals and targets, as the singer posted on her Facebook wall.
With the Waje Safe House, the ‘Oko mi’ singer aims to reach out to needy people in the society, a cause she decided to take up when she visited a children’s school at the slum quarters of Makoko in Lagos after her encounter with a lady, Doyinsola Ogunye who had an ongoing aid project.
She told Vanguard: ‘It concerns some of the poorest but most cheerful kids ever . Every quarter, Waje Safe House will partner with an NGO to raise funds and awareness for their projects.’
Aituaje Iruobe, popularly known as Waje, the acronym for “Words aren’t just enough”, broke out after her vocal contribution to P Square’s ‘Do me’ followed by her work with Banky W on the singer’s ‘Thief my Kele’, and her collaboration with M.I ‘One Naira’.by