World Bulletin / News Desk
Renowned British singer Sami Yusuf donates all income received from his latest album under a campaign called "Live Feed" to Africa, a continent facing hunger.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA) in Ankara where he arrived for a concert, Yusuf said that he wanted to raise attention for Africa with a video clip shot in 8 different countries and 16 different cities following the release of his single album "Forgotten Promises".
I am very happy to be in Turkey and for the opportunity to give a concert here, Yusuf stated.
The aim of our campaign is to collect money for our African brothers and sisters. All income received under the campaign will be sent to the Africans, Yusuf also said.
Sami Yusuf is a British singer-songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist musician of Azerbaijan origin.
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