Nigeria’s “Standing Ovation” hitmaker, Tiwa Savage paid a visit to The House Group, an orphanage located in Hillbrow,
Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Nigerian songstress who recently became a goodwill ambassador for the Orphanage Africa, a campaign across Africa which supports orphanages in need of help rebuilding and refurbishing its facilities visited the center to create awareness for the Tiwa-girls1Stop Child Trafficking campaign.

Accompanied by the South African Minister of Home Affairs, His Honourable Malusi Gigaba the Mavin artiste spent the weekend understanding the works of the center and listening to the stories each victim told of their experience being
trafficked across Africa.

An emotional Tiwa who had an unsavoury relationship with artiste Teebliz took to Instagram to share photos from her experience writing, “Even though I was supposed to give these beautiful young ladies words of encouragement I ended up being more inspired by them.

“They said they didn’t want to be seen as victims but as conquerors because the fact that they are still alive proves that God is not done with them yet. This was such a powerful moment to witness #stopchildtrafficking #hillbrow #southafrica #thehousegroup #homeaffairs #orphanageafrica.”

The House Group is an organization with several shelters and programs aimed at retrieving and rehabilitating female
victims of child trafficking and sexual exploitation.