Wednesday, 8 February 2017

EVERY EASTER! ONE FESTIVAL! ONE CULTURE! - #GidiFest2017


As THE GIDI CULTURE FESTIVAL (also known as GIDIFEST) gears up for its fourth edition, Lagos is waiting with bated breath, buzzing with excitement and preparations are in top gear!

#GidiFest2017 is set to hold on the 15th of April 2017.

This one-day event is very well-orchestrated and aimed at facilitating the growth of the urban youth culture in Nigeria. It will include physical and mental games for activity lovers such as volleyball and beach soccer with celebrity coaches and players.

Highlights of the event will include, the display of carefully curated art pieces and live sketching by incredible Nigerian illustrators. The aim is to promote our culture and encourage people to support these young and upcoming artists.

Most importantly, attendees will be spoilt for choice with food and drinks as there will be a range of appetising delights from various vendors.

The day will then climax with world class performances featuring our favourite local and international guest acts to be announced shortly.

With all these in the works and a lot more, this edition of Gidi Fest promises to bigger and better. This kicks with Early Bird offers throughout February.

Starting off with an incredible offer of 50% OFF all online tickets.

Tickets are available at www.GIDIFEST.com.

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

HOSPITALS FOR HUMANITY KICKS OFF 1K1M CAPAIAGN TO SAVE CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE



Congenital Heart Defects are very common and critical birth defects, however survival and life expectancy of individuals with congenital heart disease have significantly increased with earlier diagnosis, improved surgical interventions and better medical management.

Every year, an estimated 85,000 children are born with congenital heart defects in Nigeria, all are currently referred out of the country for surgeries. A high proportion of children with surgically amenable congenital heart disease will require life-saving, invasive intervention to help improve their quality of life significantly. It is estimated that compared to their peers, the medical costs for individuals with congenital heart disease are 10 to 20 times greater funds most of these family cannot afford.

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