Big Brother Africa Hotshots representative, Siphelire Chitambo, fondly known as Sipe brought Valentine cheer to a children’s ward at Kamuzu Central Hospital on Saturday with assorted items which included Likuni Phala, soap and other utensils.
The items comprised maize meal, Vaseline, Likuni Phala, biscuits and soap. were bought from a cool K1 million donated by China-based businessperson Armand Dondase.
Dondase directed the donation to Sipe to use her celebrity status to help those in need as she kick-starther charity drive aimed at touching the lives of people, especially children.
Sipe, who is also in the final of Airtel singing contest and runs a modelling agency, said she hoped the donation will bring some happiness to the children who should really be at home.
“This is what I want to be doing,” she stated.
She visited the children’s ward with her manageress Ameera Mabel Khonje owner of Vogue shop and Marketing Manager of Artistic Agency.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have these presents for the children,” Khonje told Nyasa Times.
Khonje said Sipe was “very happy” to have been able to donate so many presents to the children at the hospital.
“She decided to donate the items to children at the hospital because she felt on this Valentines she should do something special for the little angels. And she loves children,” Khonje said of Sipe.
“For us it is about putting a smile on the faces of all the children,” she said.
“I have a lot of work lined up for her during the year. She is set to go to Uganda soon where she has been invited for various activities. She will also be travelling to Zambia to be a judge on a talent show in Lusaka,” disclosed socialite Khonje.
She said Sipe will be involved in many charitable roles and other showbiz activities.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :