Chioma Ajunwa partners entrepreneur to save hungry Nigerians

Posted by News Express | 20 November 2020 | 468 times

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By SUNNY OKIM

Nigeria's first and only individual Olympic gold medalist, Chioma Ajunwa is partnering with a business outfit, RichLife Africa Project Limited, to eradicate hunger in Nigeria with resultant effect on decimating poverty.

According to Founder/CEO of the outfit, Modestus Bernard in a statement on Friday made available to News Express, “Project Save The Hungry” was initiated in partnership with Ajunwa and with the vision to bring effective and sustainable solution to the problems of hunger and Poverty in Nigeria. 

“Project Save the Hungry, though a business model, was designed to simultaneously generate profit while feeding millions of hungry Nigerians without food,” said the statement.

Using a radical approach and thinking outside the box, Bernard said he did not rule out doubts by individuals because the task involved in solving the problem of hunger is enormous such that the governments have not been able to find effective solution yet to the problem.

Nevertheless, in his attempts to put a final end to hunger and poverty in Nigeria, Bernard unveiled the Master Plan called “The BernarD Triangle” to change the lives of the Nigerian citizens by making food available for everyone.

According to him, BernarD Triangle is a seven-year roadmap that will provide surplus of food, create millions of high paying jobs and produce millions of millionaires thereby lubricating the economy.

“The concepts embedded in The Bernard Triangle will guarantee continuous employment and wealth creation which invariably will stimulate economic growth,” he added.

According to Bernard, in pursuance of the objectives of ‘The BernarD Triangle’ emerged this creative contest tagged “STUDENTS AGAINST HUNGER,” SAH.

The statement said SAH is an online entertainment contest that will be featuring students at tertiary institutions and serving and current passed out Youth Corps members in Nigeria. SAH will create thousands of high paying jobs, produce hundreds of millionaires from the students and feed millions of hungry Nigerians among other benefits that will come from this contest.

“To actualize the aim of this contest which is to eradicate hunger and poverty in Nigeria within the next seven years, RichLife Africa Project, led by its Bernard has mapped out plans to feed millions of hungry Nigerians, starting from Lagos State at the end of the contest,” the statement added.

SAH first edition is projected to raise a minimum of N10,000,000,000 (Ten Billion Naira) from 100,000,000 (One Hundred million) votes at 100 Naira per vote within 4 - 6 months. At the end of the contest, 40%-50% will be dedicated to ‘Project Save The Hungry’ (feeding the hungry).

Bernard declared official Flag-Off of “Students Against Hunger” with registration commencing immediately.

He encouraged all Nigerian tertiary institution students and serving or passed out National Youth Service Corps members to key into this life changing opportunity and avail to it.

On her own part, Assistant Commissioner of Police,  Chioma Ajunwa Oparah (MON), who is the Brand Ambassador of SAH, said hunger has caused much  havoc to many Nigerians and with the ‘Students Against Hunger’ project, there is a brighter future for many Nigerians. She said she is partnering RichLife Africa Project to put an end to hunger and poverty in Nigeria.


Source: News Express

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