YoungStunna, who started Rap Music in high school at the age of fourteen (14) has been buzzing the internet ever since he was spotted donating learning materials to students in several schools in Rivers state
In a recent interview with hitvibz correspondent, the young rapper and singer, who grew up partly in Malasia noted that a lot need to be done for teachers to facilitate teaching and learning in schools, adding that teachers also deserve salary increment.
Read the full interview below;
Your charity work in schools has been making rounds, how does that make you feel?
Charity work is amazing! You get to see kids happy and excited but at the same time you get sad knowing you can’t reach out to or help everybody.
I’ve been involved in various charity work with NGOs for a while now. This one is actually a program by Belemondi empowerment initiative titled “Back to school outreach”. A friend of mine works there and gave me briefing about the plan and I was eager to get involved and we made it happen.
Oh! OK that’s nice. What do you think about our education system now, compared to your time?
It’s getting worse, especially the public school system. A lot needs to be done.
And what do you think can be done to make it better?
Proper equipping of public schools, teaching aids like computers, libraries and laboratories should be made available. Increasing of teachers salaries and a suitable working environment for these teachers. There’s a lot of work to be done in total anyway.
After the charity work, what next should your fans expect from you ?
Brace Yourself! My first official Body of Work will be released in October.
YoungStunna has put in a lot of work in his music career, working with some popular Nigerian artistes such as Olamide, Duncan Mighty, Sinzu (SauceKid), Peruzzi, Magnito, Bigiano and many more.