In a bid to create more awareness about displaced people and their daily struggles, four top presenters – Phoenix and Omalicha (of Rhythm 93.7 FM) , Gbemi and Toolz (of Beat 99.9 FM) as well as Sinzu (the artiste formerly known as Sauce Kid) have come together to host an initiative called ‘The Breakfast Parlour’.
The first in a series designed to be a debut of many to come, The Breakfast parlor is structured to be a unique sharing session where participants provide food, personal effects, stationery and (where applicable) mentoring and counseling to the less privileged in selected areas.
The program aims to create more awareness about the existence of such people and attract support for them from individuals and corporate bodies to improve their standard of living.
The first edition of The Breakfast Parlor will hold on the 15th of April, 2012. It is powered by SMG and G Muzik.
The plan is to provide food on the d-day for them (the displaced people) and supplement with proceeds from the public (via a food drive) and corporate bodies. Currently, there are four drop off points for the food drive (more would be announced before the weekend). They are – Silverbird Galleria ( Ahmadu Bello Way, VI) , QLinary Restaurant and Bar (12, Adeboye Solanke St, Off Allen Avenue, Ikeja) , Wilton School (55, Oladipo Bateye st, Ikeja G.R.A) and Lagos Hilton Hotel (Hilton Drive, off ogundana St, Ikeja)
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