The Ghanaian actress tells Pulse TV what she has in store to raise funds for the poor and needy.
Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has exclusively revealed to Pulse TV her immediate plan for her charity organization.
In her exclusive interview she revealed that she will be organizing a Halloween party this October which will feature Nigerian actors. The event is meant to raise funds for the needy.
“Yeah for the NGO, I have an annual NGO Halloween party that I do in Ghana. So we are doing it this year again, October 30. This time around I will be bringing Nigerian colleagues of mine to Ghana to celebrate with me and we will raise funds for the less fortunate. So that’s what I have now and early next year I have the female charity soccer match coming up as well” she revealed.
Juliet Ibrahim also spoke out how she is trying to raise funds for a boy with kidney cancer.
“We are trying to solicit funds for a three year old boy who has kidney cancer in Nigeria. And his mum reached out us and it’s been hard because it is 10 million Naira that they need for the operation” she said.
Last week Juliet Ibrahim shared her thoughts on the ‘Nigerian Jollof vs. Ghana Jollof debate’.
“I’m one of those people that will just tweet something or put something on Instagram and go like ‘Naija Jollof versus Ghana Jollof’. Seriously Jollof rice is sweet o! It’s my favourite African dish actually. So when people tell me that one Jollof rice is better than the other then I have issues because everybody knows how to cook it better” she said.
“If I tell you Liberian Jollof rice is sweeter you people will not believe me. That’s because I can cook it. The Liberian Jollof rice will be mixed up with Ghana style and Naija style, and then that makes it Liberian Jollof” she also said.
Watch Juliet Ibrahim speak about her charity below;