This is what this popular club did that surely deserves accolades

Want to listen to the best music and hang out with the coolest peeps in Nairobi then Kiza is your spot. Want to meet up with some of the hottest lasses in Nairobi, again Kiza is your spot.

 

And if you are looking to spend your money in an establishment that values human life and the wellbeing of society, then Kiza is still your spot.

While most clubs are hang up on making profits, Employees and customers of Nairobi’s top entertainment spot KIZA lounge earlier this week paid a visit to the Kenyatta National Hospital kids cancer center where they made donations in line with their corporate social responsibility policy.

Led by the establishment’s director Ali Kiza, staff, well-wishers and their regular customers, the city lounge donated medical equipment, wheel chairs and toys to not only enhance service delivery but also provide entertainment to the admitted kids.

“This initiative was inspired by the rising number of cancer cases and the need to create awareness especially that we have just come from the cancer awareness month. It is a disease that can affect anyone, anywhere and possible causes are linked to lifestyle. The stigma is high and we decided to take some time out to come and give back financial and support the kids emotionally. This will be ongoing on a quarterly basis,” said Director Ali.

The initiative attracted positive remarks from social media with many applauding the cause as ‘a first from the entertainment industry.’ The lounge further clarified that the will be involving African celebrities in their future CSR activities.

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