“Kind” Flavour opens school for the blind in honour of his adopted son

Kindness makes the world a better place and you’d all agree with me that the act is very contagious. In fact, the act is so contagious that it is usually not just beneficial for the recipient, but for everyone in the community.

Well, for popular Nigerian singer, Flavour, showing kind gestures seems to be a personal core value. The singer has not only excited his adopted son – Semah but an entire community of the blind by building a school for them in Liberia. The 35-year-old musician recently shared the adorable feat on his Instagram page where he was captured hugging his son in the midst of other visually-impaired students set to attend the school.

Flavour met Semah in 2017 and was impressed by the youngster’s rendition of his iconic single, ‘Mama’ at a peace concert organized by Liberian singer, Juli Endee. Afterwards, the singer adopted the visually-impaired talented boy into his family and has since invested a lot of emotional energy as well as financial strength into being a friend and father to the charming Semah. He has even gone as far as featuring the boy on a gospel track titled ‘Most High‘, a song off his fifth studio album, Ijele – The Traveler.

Flavour’s recent gesture has unarguably shown all of us that the bond between father and son is unrivalled and growing stronger day-by-day. We wish the family a happy life.

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