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Naija stars turn out for LWTZE's Walk Against Domestic violence



The highly anticipated walk against domestic violence put together by LWTZE concepts, an initiative of TV personality Yinka ‘Yeancah’Adamu was held on Saturday 13th of October 2012 at Deuces lounge on Adetokunbo Ademola street, Victoria island.

The event which kicked off at 10:00AM with an enlightenment session inside the state-of-the-art Deuces lounge which was anchored by Cool FM’s radio personality Do2dtun and Labi Layori of TV continental with the theme – Domestic violence: forms, causes and effects on the Nigerian society which was delivered by Prof. (Mrs) Mopelola Omoegun and Mr.  Akinteye Akinbode, both of the University of Lagos.

The talk also featured a Q & A session , comments from some of the celebrities present at the event and sharing of experiences by a cross section of participants.The walk which was anchored by the crime ambassador, Lamboginny commenced immediately after the talk with a procession from Deuces to the bar beach and back to Deuces with entertainment on the go. Over a thousand participants were thrilled with music by Soundcity’s DJ Shabzzy and electrifying performances and messages against domestic violence by: Tunde ednut, Tillaman, Sexy steel, Slim T, Leo’nel Orji, General Pype, Hakym the dream, Obiwon and Capital FEMI just to mention but a few.

Maximum security was provided by the Nigeria police force and Spartan strategies while traffic was controlled by LASTMA and CDPI. it was fun galore as there were lots to eat and drink courtesy Lucozade sport, Power horse energy drink and Laredo small chops. Also present at this event were ace producer Laylow, Fliptyce, Doris Simeon, Toyin Aimakhu, Lizzy Anjorin, Tosin Bucknor, Fola of Nigeria info, Students of St. Timothy’s college and Kuramo college as well as loads of media outfits and NGOS including Wellbeing foundation led by Toyin Saraki. ]]>

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