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Kai Cenat, Twitch Streamer will open a School for Needy Children in Makoko, Nigeria

Kai Cenat is once again making headlines, but this time for a good reason. During his recent stream, he announced that he would soon be opening a school in Makoko, Lagos State, Nigeria, for underprivileged kids. He just came back from a trip to Nigeria. This area lacks proper educational facilities.

It looks like Kai Cenat decided to take matters into his own hands.

He further added that the process of building the school is underway. He stated in the live stream:

“The process of me building this new school in Nigeria has officially been stamped today, as in like, it is a go-go, okay? So, this new school in Makoko, for the kids that live in Makoko in Nigeria, um I started working on the school.”

Twitch streamer Kai Cenat to open a school in Makoko, Nigeria

Kai Cenat also talked about his traveling experience in the country and discussed what basic life looks like.

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Additionally, he requested his viewers to connect with him to provide the school with the best educational facilities. He stated:

“Right now, if you are in Africa or anything, or Nigeria or stuff like that, and you know the best people that can hands-down get the paint job good, get the right equipment they need, and be willing to get their hands dirty for the right amount of money getting paid and s**t, let me know, okay? They are working very hard right now. Removing what’s going to be removed and s**t and getting the school ready and s**t. Um, and I think I will be documenting this. I think I am going to make this a video because this is crazy, bro. So they are getting the right tools and stuff right now to build the school in Makoko.”

The school will take around a year to develop, but Kai is in contact with the principal, saying:

“​​It’s a step-by-step process, and it’s not going to be something that happens overnight. So I know it is going to be a year-long process and stuff like that. And the principal of that school is actually being very communicative, he used the money for the right things, he’s showing me the step-by-step process of him getting people, making sure he gets the equipment. I am so happy it’s in his hands.”

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