Liza C.
Renowned gospel musician, Elizabeth Ndidi Moses, popularly known as Liza C, officially unveiled her charity foundation, Liza Moses Foundation on September 22nd, 2019 at Oriental hotel, Lekki, Lagos.

The star-studded event featured the likes of Kenny Saint Best, Zaaki Adzee, Teddy Fresh Prince, Akin Alabi, DJ  Gosporella to mention but a few. The show was anchored by the iconic comedian, Koffi Tha Guru.

The foundation has operational for the past few years but has just been officially launched as well as dedicated to transforming lives of indigent women, youths and children living on the streets.

Liza C Street Concerts uses this show as vehicle of empowerment and transformation. The participants and beneficiaries at these concerts are usually given food items, clothes, cash grants acquisition, skill training to mention but a few.

Liza C, prior to this launch, has organized five street concerts within three years at three different locations; mainly Ijesha, Ajegunle and Makoko communities in Lagos. Her Foundation has thus reached out to over three thousand beneficiaries with soul lifting music and gift items.

“This is my God given calling and I am passionate about helping lives of the less privileged, giving them hope and a new lease of life,” the gospel musician said.  

According to her partner and husband, Mr. Sunday Moses, the launch of the Liza Moses Foundation is a commendable and praiseworthy endeavour and will provide a veritable avenue for her to reach out and empower more people on the streets, especially the less privilege women, vulnerable youths and uneducated children.

“The foundation with genuine love, cares is dedicated to enriching and empowering the lowly in our communities with skills acquisition and community building programmes.

“The Liza Moses Foundation is set for partnership for the continuity of the programme in giving the less privileged hope across Africa,” Mr. Moses disclosed.

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