Rapper Fredokiss, born Penjani Kalua, on Wednesday had taken a charity initiative with the country’s youthful Parliamentarians at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital’s (QECH) children’s burns unit and intensive care ward where they donated assorted groceries including sugar and milk .
Fredokiss said as a youth, he wanted to be an active participant in charity drive that impact positively on the country’s youth.
“Charity work is good and it is encouraging to help those in need or in pain tobring a difference in their lives,” said Fredokiss.
He encouraged many youth to contribute to the development of the country through positive role modeling.
Deputy speaker for the youth parliament, David Milambe, who led the delegtation said they involved Fredokiss to join their delegation “upon realization that he is also much into charity work.”