DJ Oskido helps man achieve dream of visiting Moses Mabhida Stadium

DJ Oskido helps man achieve dream of visiting Moses Mabhida Stadium

DJ and businessman, Oskido, helped an artist from Limpopo achieve his biggest dream: to see Moses Mabhida Stadium for the first time in his life. The entertainer arranged for Dzulani Sigodi to visit the stadium.

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It has been Limpopo-born artist Dzulani Sigodi's biggest dream to visit Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, and his dream recently came true, thanks to DJ Oskido.

Oskido, a local muso and businessman, helped to arrange that the 31-year-old see the stadium of which he built a model out of boxes and paper.

The Daily Sun reported that Dzulani has reached out to celebs for weeks until Oskido stepped in to play genie.

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Dzulani said he'd be the happiest man if he could visit the popular stadium.

"I am a self-made artist from Venda, Limpopo. I wish to see Moses Mabhida Stadium for the first time in my life. I’ll be the happiest man."

Briefly.co.za gathered that the happy artist was nervous about flying to Durban (it was his first flight), and got emotional when he finally set foot in the place he's been dreaming of seeing.

"My journey to Durban wasn’t easy because I was really scared. Taking a flight for the first time isn’t easy, but I kept thinking of the bigger picture - the stadium."
"When I got there, I cried in disbelief and was very happy to finally be there. I hope Oskido does this for other people who also come from poor backgrounds. I pray to God to bless him abundantly."

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Oskido was more than happy to help and said it meant a lot to him to be able to make Dzulani's dream come true.

"After seeing his work on Twitter, I was impressed and thought I could help him because I work with Durban Tourism. What made me really want to help him is that he’s from a disadvantaged background and I knew it would mean a lot to him. Helping him meant a lot to me."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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