Kaka Gives His Twitter to the UN for a Day to Highlight Humanitarian Activism

Sean Fay@@Sean_FayUK Staff WriterAugust 12, 2015

ORLANDO, FL - AUGUST 01: Kaka #10 of Orlando City SC high fives a security member as he runs onto the pitch prior to a MLS soccer match between the Columbus Crew SC and the Orlando City SC at the Orlando Citrus Bowl on August 1, 2015 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images)
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Brazil legend Kaka has more than 23 million followers on Twitter—that's quite a reach. 

Now he has used that power for a good cause. 

He has handed over control of his Twitter account for a day to the United Nations so they can highlight humanitarian activism in Nepal.  

Kaka @KAKA

My feed won’t be the same over the next day. It’s for a very special cause: #ShareHumanity

Kaka @KAKA

Preparing the mules for the long journey to bring @WFP food to remote villages. #ShareHumanity http://t.co/BbOR15FChN

Kaka @KAKA

We crossed the first devastated village of our journey. It’s staggering to see from above. #ShareHumanity https://t.co/Et9SDsEUkK

Kaka is not the only one using his high follower account for good. 

As per the News Tribune

Tennis star Maria Sharapova, British mogul Richard Branson and Nobel Peace laureate Malala Yousafzai have signed up. So have actor Ashley Judd, Colombian singer Juanes and Brazilian football star Kaka.

They are supporting a new U.N. social media campaign to spotlight 17 stories of survival and humanitarian activism in countries struggling with conflict and disaster around the world, from Syria and Afghanistan to South Sudan, Nepal and Sierra Leone.

Well done to all involved. 

[Twitter: @KAKA]

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