It is no news that Cuppy is a perfect Philanthropist and she seems to be taking that part of her life seriously. Being a “save the children” ambassador; Founding a non-profit organization- Cuppy foundation; Going all out to improve the lives of displaced children across Nigeria; Getting inducted into Forbes Magazine’s prestigious 30 under 30 class; and even being appointed as a messenger of peace by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, are all clear evidences that our lovely Cuppy is a perfect Philanthropist!
Being a philanthropist is no easy task, but Cuppy does it so effortlessly. Asking us what our superpower is, Cuppy recently revealed that she cannot live her life simply basking in privileges without also trying her best to open doors for others. She reinforced that it doesn’t feel right, and it is not!
Sharing her thoughts with Oluwatobi- anchor of sust Climate podcast, she revealed that being African is her superpower. “I’m just hoping to be that person that can create some sort of resource for any African in anywhere. And most importantly I don’t want to just bring people to the table, I want to make sure to help people build tables so they can bring others, I want people to think about their superpower, because being Nigerian is my superpower, because we all have superpowers and resources”.
Cuppy is amazing and yes! My superpower is being African as well!