Posted by News Express | 31 July 2021 | 513 times
Contestants in the on-going online reality show, Students Against Hunger (SAH), have began taking their hunger story to Nigerians in a bid to woo votes, even as they eye the ultimate cash prize of N100 million.
The over 2000 contestants who are addressed as Liberators in the online based education and entertainment show are expected to tell their hunger story in a compelling manner that will enable them get the required votes to see them through to the next stage of the reality show.
The hunger story is the first of a series of activities lined up for liberators in the reality show organised by Richlife Africa Projects Ltd, a social enterprise organisation.
The show, which is strictly online, commenced on July 6, 2021, is a project designed for students in the tertiary institutions in Nigeria, immediate past and current serving members of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC).
Chief Executive Officer of Richlife Africa Project, Mr. Modestus Bernard, said in a statement that the SAH project is aimed at eradicating hunger and poverty from the land by empowering Nigerians- starting with people within the tertiary institution.
According to him, “the idea behind the project is to empower the Nigerian youths by creating millionaires out of them, feeding the hungry in the society and wiping away hunger and poverty from the land, through a social enterprise project like the SAH.”
Modestus said participation in the contest gives hope to hungry Nigerians who do not know where their next meal will come from, adding, "let’s fight hunger and poverty together.”
On how winners will emerge, he said: “A series of education based activities have been lined up for liberators to face and they need votes to scale through the stages starting with the hunger story.
“Nigerians can vote for their favourite liberators via the company’s website: www.richlifeafrica.ng and get them to achieve their dreams of becoming millionaires.”
Continuing he said: “Your vote can make a difference in the life of the students and put smiles on their faces. According to Bono, if we must eradicate hunger, everyone has to be involved.”
He said the show will run until the goal of 100,000,000 votes are achieved.
“The Students Against Hunger contest is divided into two stages, the preliminary stage expected to pull 10,000,000 votes and the GAAH battle stage aimed at gathering 90,000,000 votes.”
N2.1b is earmarked to be shared among 301 winners while 200 participating voters will be rewarded with a car each among other consolatory prizes including Longrich products.
The star winner with the highest number of votes will take home the grand prize of N100 million, according to the organisers.
Modestus however called on other liberators who are yet to register to do so via the company’s website.
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