JMartins gives N1.6mn wristwatch to 18-year-old fan

JMartins, in a show of generosity, handed his wristwatch to a young lad from Kogi state.

18 years old Musa Isa from Kogi State will certainly have a tale to tell when he goes back to school.

At the 2nd leg of the Star Music Trek concert, held at Lokoja stadium, Lokoja, the young secondary school student not only got a chance to see his favourite star-JMartins-, he also left the venue with a special gift from the artiste, a wrist watch valued at over $10,000 (N1.6 million)

Urging the young man to work hard and face his studies, JMartins handed over his watch to an obviously overwhelmed Musa who will probably remember this act of generosity for a very long time to come.

There was a thunderous applause among his many fans that were surprised at this gesture – not because the reticent artiste is tight fisted but because JMartins is well known for leading a quiet life and keeping his generous deeds hidden from the public eye.


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