Ex Big Brother Africa winner, Kevin Pam says he is temporarily pausing on entertainment to set up bigger platforms for the promotion of the welfare and dreams of African children and youths.

In an interview in Jos, the Plateau born star said he was pushed to take the decision in view of growing conflicts that affect the wellbeing of African children especially in Nigeria.

His passion he said is to cater for the humanitarian needs of such vulnerable groups and renew their hopes for the future, he said.

In this regard, through his nongovernmental organization, Naija Pikin foundation, Pam has carried out several humanitarian programs in Nigeria's northeast, north central and other areas across the federation, he disclosed.

The foundation's target therefore according to him is post conflict victims and destitute children across Africa, using the Nigerian child as "contact point".

Aside activities of the foundation, the rap artiste, MC and actor said he is setting up "bigger platforms" for the promotion of talents across Nigeria.

He stated that he is building collaborations with entertainment moguls to market Plateau's potentials in entertainment and tourism.