The month of July for Kannywood queens Mansura Isah and Samira Ahmed was dedicated to charity.

They both visited the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital (UDUTH) in Sokoto under the aegis of Today's Life Foundation.

At the hospital they offered some support to patients with varying needs.

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A 200 level pharmacy student of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto diagnosed with a kidney disease also benefited from their kindness.

Although his brother has agreed to donate a kidney for his transplant, he has been undergoing dialysis at UDUTH pending when he is able to undergo the surgery.

Mansura has been doing a lot of good stuff with the foundation which was launched some years ago.

In a chat with Bounce News, she said: “You know my foundation, right? Well I invited Umar Gombe and Samira Ahmed to join me this time to help to talk people about importance of education as we empowered them.

“We use the power of being NOUN ambassadors – the three of us, to enlighten them about early marriage and the danger behind it.

“Before that, we also visited hospitals, prayed for them and paid some medical bills.”

NOUN is the National Open University of Nigeria.

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