According to the UNHCR, the donation of 3.5 million naira kick-starts the UN Refugee Agency’s first-ever fundraising campaign in Nigeria.
It will help provide life-saving support to families who have been forcibly displaced in Nigeria and across the continent.
2face also revealed he's working on a major charity concert sometime in June.
"I am proud to support the UN Refugee Agency because of its proven track record of being at the forefront of displacement emergencies. I want to help people who have been forced to flee their homes because it is an issue I care about.
UNHCR knows how to make a difference in the lives of millions of women, children and men who have lost everything but hope and I want to be able to help them.
To further support UNHCR, I am also working on a major charity concert sometime in June," said Idibia.

 In Nigeria, the UN Refugee Agency responds to the needs of the more than 1.8 million displaced.
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Since the needs are overwhelming, the Agency has turned its efforts to Africa’s philanthropic world to meet some of the funding gaps

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