SAH: Richlife Africa Projects Solicit Support To Boost Hunger Fight

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SAH: Richlife Africa Projects Solicit Support To Boost Hunger Fight-Brand Spur Nigeria
SAH: Richlife Africa Projects Solicit Support To Boost Hunger Fight-Brand Spur Nigeria

Organizers of the Students Against Hunger (SAH) online reality show are soliciting support for liberators in their quest to eradicate hunger and poverty.

Liberator is a term used to describe participants in the ongoing education and entertainment-based reality show, and Richlife Africa Projects Ltd, organizers of the show said the liberators need votes from Nigerians to scale through the various stages of the talent-based show.

According to the organizers, the Students Against Hunger contest is aimed at empowering Nigerian students. A liberator must be a student in the tertiary institutions in the country, a currently serving, or an immediate past member of the National Youth Service Corps.

Apart from the learning experience liberators will benefit from the contest, the project is equally designed to create millionaires among them.

Speaking on the reality show, Mr. Modestus Bernard, Chief Executive Officer, Richlife Africa Projects said, the Nigerian youths are faced with series of challenges among which are hunger and poverty.

SAH: Richlife Africa Projects Solicit Support To Boost Hunger Fight-Brand Spur Nigeria
SAH: Richlife Africa Projects Solicit Support To Boost Hunger Fight-Brand Spur Nigeria

“Unfortunately, the situation will only get worst irrespective of our howls unless conscious actions are taken to mitigate against the hunger epidemic,” he said.

RichLife Africa projects, a social enterprise organisation is beaming its attention on Nigerian students within the tertiary institution with the Students Against Hunger (SAH) contest, designed to eliminate hunger and poverty in Nigeria.

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“According the famous musician, Bono @U2, if we must eliminate hunger, everyone has to be involved. Let’s fight hunger and poverty together,” he noted.

The reality show which is strictly vote based is expected to make 301 Nigerian students with the highest votes millionaires. Organisers say, 200 liberators will be empowered with N5million each, 100 liberators will smile home with N10million each while the overall winner will cash home the grand prize of N100million.

Mr. Modestus Bernard called on Nigerians to vote for their favourite liberators via the company’s website: www.richlifeafrica.ng and get them to achieve their dreams of becoming millionaires.

“Your votes can make a difference in the life of the students and put smiles on their faces,” he noted.

He added that the show will run until the goal of 100,000,000 votes is achieved.