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Cameroon rapper gives back to Douala community during Christmas
Through his Stanley Enow Foundation, the rapper handled over tricycles and other gifts to the needy in Bonaberi, Douala on Christams Eve.
However, some handicapped people at the Bonaberi vicinity in Douala had every reason to be thankful for rapper Stanley Enow this year after he spent the day giving out tricycles and other gifts to those who need them most.Stanley might as well have blamed Santa Claus for not showing up in person to the event on December 24, but told the crowd that giving back through his Stanley Enow Foundation has always been his top priority whenever he becomes famous and 'richer'.
A handicapped saleswoman, Anne Caroline Mahjong, was one of those who received a brand new tricycle from the famous Cameroonian rapper. "I am very happy today," she told Pulse in Douala, "He [Stanley] has made my life better and easier and I pray God continues to bless him more and more," she added.
The MTV MAMA winner further urged other Cameroonian entertainers to find time to give back to their various communities . "It depends on their vision. I grew up with generosity as a key value " the rapper tells Pulse. "I pray everybody follows the move."
He spent a few hours handing over gifts and taking hundreds of pictures with fans.
Watch Stanley Enow on Pulse TV below.
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