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King Kaka set to auction his jacket to keep a girl in school

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Kenya King of rap King Kaka will be auctioning his jacket in the spirit of keeping girls in school through the King Kaka sanitary bank campaign.

The jacket to be auctioned is an iconic one worn during the second annual Goalkeepers ceremony that took place in September last year in New York City.

In addition to that, King Kaka has promised to maintain the same spirit every 2 weeks.

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“So In the spirit of keeping girls in school through the King Kaka Sanitary bank campaign, I am auctioning this jacket and I think I’ll be doing that every 2 weeks. This coat is iconic for it’s the wardrobe I wore during the second annual Goalkeepers which took place last year September, at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.”

During the Goalkeepers ceremony, the rapper was privileged to meet Bill Gates, Wife Malinda Gates. Graca Machel and French President Emmanuel Macron among others.

Auctioning will begin at Ksh 10 and the highest bidder by the end of the day will win the coat.

Also read: King Kaka distances himself from the Kakamega twins.

“I got the privilege to meet Bill and Malinda Gates, Graca Machel and the French President Emmanuel Macron. Remember Kshs 600 Keeps one girl in school for a year. The auction starts at Kshs 10 the highest bidder by the end of today wins the Coat. (Donations can be made through our website BankOnMe.care) all the best. We start at Kshs 10.”

Celine Wakesho
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