Dancehall icon, Buju Banton is a man on mission. Ever since he returned to Jamaica in 2018, the musician has been doing charity works aimed at helping the country’s underprivileged young men.
With Father’s day just around the corner, Mount Olivet Boys Home and Sunbeam Childrens Home, decided to honour the icon for his goodwill and his fatherly presence in their lives.
“I am so humbled, surprised, and happy for your heartfelt gesture. I have helped a lot of people. Sometimes we forget good deeds. But you boys remember me and have chosen to surprise and honour me for Father’s Day. Wow! I thank you all so very much. Blessings!” Buju said.
The homes’ directors thanked him for his contributions and thanked him for his collaboration with Kanye West and Audio Mack which saw computers and chairs donated to thee children homes.
“Mount Olivet Boys’ Home is beyond thankful to you, the great Buju Banton and the Buju Banton Foundation. The boys drew you a portrait and signed it as a symbol of their love and appreciation. Happy Father’s Day!” said one of the directors.
“We do not have enough eggs to sell. It is a viable and sustainable venture, yielding much-needed funds and resources for the operation of Sunbeam Children’s Home.”
“Mark Myrie, to say we are thankful is an understatement. We feel truly blessed that you chose Sunbeam Children’s Home. The boys love you so much. They speak about you all the time. They sing your songs daily. Tremendous thanks for your kindness, support, and generosity,” he added.