Harrysong Plans to Adopt A Child, Visits Orphanage Home


While some single celebrities plan on getting married, Harrysong plans to adopt a child. Harrison Tare Okiri, popularly called Harrysong visited City of David Orphanage home on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 in Asaba, the capital city of Delta State, first with the intention of giving back to the society.

As part of activities to hold before his concert on July 31, the Five Star Music act, alongside his One Delta Peace Movement team donated some relief materials to the children.

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The Orphanage Coordinator, Evangelist Hephzibah Oluwadare, was really glad at the gift items brought by the singer and expressed her gratitude with a long appreciation speech. On the other hand, Harrysong encouraged the children to stay focused and not allow themselves to be overwhelmed by their situation.

“I am happy to be in your midst. Your situation only reminds me of my life as a growing up child; but by the grace of God I rose up above my situation and today I am star, a role model and today I can see in your midst, stars who would change the world, stars who would reshape our country, stars who would further rebrand our the image of our dear country Nigeria, stay positive, work hard and pray hard.”


While at the orphanage home, Harrysong started off the process of adopting a baby from the orphanage. According to his manager, they are making further plans to make the adoption public once all the paper works are completed. Indeed the Raggae-Blues singer, he is committed to contributing his own quota to making the world a better place, by taking care of one child from the orphanage.


Meanwhile, there are laws governing the adoption process in Nigeria and Harrysong needs to go through some tedious process in order to adopt a child.

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Bearing all of that in mind, we hope Harrysong goes through with his plans of adopting from the orphanage in Delta State.

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