African singer Yemi Alade joins a long list of international actors, sportsmen and celebrities which includes the likes ofHelen Mirren, James Corden, David Haye, Andy Murray, Zoella and more for #MalariaMustDie.
A campaign launched to draw attention to the killer that is mosquito, which is more than annoying, as a mosquito bite takes a child’s life every 2 minutes. It doesn’t have to be this way. Malaria is preventable and treatable. No one need die from the disease. We can end this
The movement is to draw the attention of the Common Wealth 2018 leaders to listen and make malaria a focus for The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting next month. Half a million people die every year while 90% of those affected are in Commonwealth countries. It’s time #ourCommonwealth took a leap in ending this deadly disease.
Atiku AbubakarThe presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, on Wednesday, joined the viral#10yearchallenge.
Atiku shared a photo collage, supposedly showing how he looked ten years ago and how he looks now.
He shared the photo on his verified Twitter handle.
He captioned the photo collage,”My #10YearChallenge.#Smile”The 10-years challenge has been sweeping the cyberspace with a lot of social media users sharing old photos of themselves alongside new photos, to portray how the years have changed them.