Malcolm X donates R20k to build a house for singing sensation, Nosipho

Malcolm X donates R20k to build a house for singing sensation, Nosipho

- Nosipho Ngubane became a viral sensation when South Africans heard her beautiful voice amidst a backdrop of clear poverty

- Malcom X, also known as ‘The people’s blesser’ has now pledged R20 000 towards building her a new home

- He also drove to Ngubane’s home to drop off R10 000 for festive season groceries

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Briefly.co.za previously reported on Nosipho Ngubane, the mysterious township girl with the voice of an angel.

She soon became a social media darling following footage revealed had gone viral.

South Africans admired her unique voice but were also moved by her impoverished conditions.

Mzansi pulled together as more and more people pledged to track down and donate funds towards assisting her and the family.

Now, Nosipho’s noble cause has received another shot in the arm as Malcom X pledged considerable donations in her favour.

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Known as “The people’s blesser,” Malcom X took the trip down to Nosipho’s home in Howick, KZN along with the regional ANC chairperson and mayor.

In the above video, he can be seen blessing Nosipho with R10 000 for festive season shopping.

In addition to this, TimesLIVE reported a R20 000 donation to the building of her new home as well.

Malcom X said, “I initially wanted to singlehandedly build Nosipho and her family a house after I saw their dilapidated mud house on social media. But since others have grouped themselves to build the house, I had to be part of the collective in building it.”

The Good Samaritan doesn’t plan on stopping here. He’s already committed to further contributions towards the building itself and having it furnished.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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