Rita Ora of “Hot Right Now” fame is still very much connected to her hometown by heart as after spending so many successful years in a city life, the pop singer wants to do something for the young brains of the town in which she was born and hardly spent a year or so. Read on.
Ora, who was recently in news for her closeness with singer Chris Brown, born in the city of Pristina, Kosovo, and brought up in London, England. It was revealed that she is planning to open a school in the city of her birth as since always she had a dream to do something for the people of Pristina and opening a school is the best thing.
“Rita never forgets her roots and building a school is a perfect plan,” a source informed The Sun newspaper of Britain.
The outlet also talked about the singing sensation’s plans who was previously dating Zayn Malik of ‘One Direction.
“She’s been considering the idea for some time but is now pushing forward with it. The school will be named in her honour and she’s hoping it will inspire the students there to keep hope.”
Ora’s family decided to leave Pristina in the wake of ethnic Albanians’ oppression by President Slobodan Miloševic and since her childhood she wanted to do something for that place. To their surprise her dedication towards her birth place was seen by the government and the actress, who was rumored to be dating Wiz Khalifa, received the title of Kosovo’s ambassador in July 2015.
The “Fast & Furious 6’s” racer also discussed about her passion to bring young minds to politics with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and Kosovo’s president Atifete Jahjaga. Ora said that by blurring the social-cultural barriers of countries like Kosovo and Brazil, young minds can be encouraged to take part in to politics for the development of nation and betterment of their future.
Well, it is very nice from her part that she is trying her level best to boost up the future of young generations because not all have this courage of working for the masses. So, let us wish Rita Ora all the very best for her humanitarian efforts.
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