The rapper said he made the donations to RCM Kabong Primary School and ECWA Primary School, both in Jos, Plateau state capital.
Sharing pictures from his visit on Instagram, Ejeba wrote: “Today has been one of the most fulfilling days of my life. Had the opportunity to put smile on the faces of the kids in the city and community I grew up and call home, Jos.
“Donating classroom desks to two primary schools, RCM Kabong Primary School and ECWA Primary School. It was a rewarding experience giving back and inspiring the children and leaders of tomorrow.
“Thanks to everybody who made this happen. God bless.”
Efe, who graduated from the University Jos (UNIJOS), also visited four children that underwent free open heart surgery at Jos University Teaching Hospital.
“I visited the four kids who underwent the Free Open Heart Surgery at Jos University Teaching Hospital in Jos and they were all doing fine,” he wrote in another post.
“This was made possible by your donations through the #1K1M Fundraising Campaign and the donations and contributions of other private individuals and organisations.
“I’m glad to be part of this as the Fundraising Ambassador and thank all those who contributed to this project; however this project should be sustained, as many kids with Congenital Heart Defects need your support.”