Nigerian Singer, Flavour, Builds School For The Blind In Liberia In Honour Of His Blind Adopted Son

Nigerian popular Singer, Flavour, has built a big school for the Blind in Liberia, this selfless act was inspired by his blind adopted son and singer, Semah G. Weifur, a teenager he met during his tour in the country few years ago. 

Flavour shared the photo on his Instagram page and captioned it;

‘Semah’s School in Liberia ❤️ #schoolfortheblind’.

The 'Nabania' crooner was accompanied to the launching of the school by music producer, Masterkraft.

Nigeria superstar Flavour has said he adopted Semah G. Weifur, a visually-impaired young Liberian to prove to the world that condition doesn't prove someone's limitations. 

He said; “When it comes to music, impairments do not exist; as for me, music is spiritual. Therefore, there are no limitations as to whom I choose to work with,”

Flavour, who brought Semah to the spotlight with the single "Most High" in a chat with Saturday Beats in Nigeria said that the boy is talented, deserves support and that when it comes to music, there are no limitations.

Flavour first linked up with Semah in 2017 for the first time after he was impressed by the youngster’s rendition of his iconic single, ‘Mama’ at a peace concert organized by Liberian singer, Juli Endee. 
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