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Celebrity Clean Up Abuja: Jenny Chisom Blog, a Proud Partner To Give Back To Society

CEOs, Politicians and other celebrities are giving back to society in the Celebrity Clean Up movement coming up in Abuja soon.

Some of the celebrities are Charly Boy, Charles O'Tudor, Mike Omotosho, Queen Celestine, John Fashanu, Isaac Balami, Emeka Ike, Collins Adeyemi, Empress Njamah, Don Jazzy, Yaw, Sam Oye, Lady G and also this blog amongst others.

This blog is a proud supporter because we believe that CEOs in any sector should help to reduce the sufferings of society. We will carry out sanitation exercise, give out mosquito treated nets, provide free medical/ eye tests, distribute wheelchairs, distribution of food and food items, and launch 30, 000 waste baskets for different communities. Amazing stuff!

Host is Hon. Peter Yohanna
Date is June, 27, 2015
To join, call 08057343539


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