Singer, Seyi Sodimu Takes to Street to Feed Homeless People

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'Love me Jeje' crooner, Seyi Sodimu, recently honoured his daughter's wish during her birthday as the daughter wished that her birthday be celebrated with the less privilege in the society.

The singer's daughter, Tomi Simisola, turned a year older on the 29th of February, 2016, and since such days comes ones in every four years, the daughter felt people on the street needed the fun and care.

Tomi actually schools abroad at George Washington University, but she wanted her birthday to be a memorable one which made her father take it upon himself to do the sharing and promised to make it a routine to feed people on the street.

In his words, "I asked my daughter Tomi Simisola who is at school in George Washington University, what she wanted for her birthday because, this time it is special. It only comes once in four years, and I wanted to do something special for her. But she told me instead of a party, she wanted to feed the homeless and less privileged. So we did. It was a humbling experience to say the least and I am very glad we did. I will surely do this again and more often I love you kid stay blessed."