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It was not a regular Friday for students of King’s College Lagos. What started as a regular week of classes and routine activities week came to a super exciting end when the iconic institution played host to pop legend and humanitarian, 2Baba alongside Nollywood stars, Annie Idibia, Alexx Ekubo.
Also in attendance were Hycinth Idibia, “Power of 1” executive producer, Efe Omorogbe, social secretary of Kings College Old Boys Association, Ikhane Akhibe, Buckwyld Media’s Helen Emoh Abutu and Dapo Awobeku of Enough is Enough, Nigeria.
On hand to welcome the August guests was the principal, Mr. Isaac Kolawole and other members of staff.
Their mission was to launch the social movement campaign, Power of 1 designed to inspire young Nigerians to embrace the task of fixing Nigeria one challenge at a time. An exciting mix of music, infographics, videos and speeches helped push the message to a hall full of receptive students.
The students led by 2Baba joined the growing list of Nigerians including a good number of celebrity influencers who have recorded the powerful ‘Power of 1’ pledge.
The ‘Power of 1’ roadshow continues after the Kings College flag off. More dates and venues will be announced soon.
The Power of 1 campaign is driven by concerts, road shows and an Izu Ojukwu-directed movie of the same title starring Ramsey Nouah, Alex Ekubo, Annie Idibia, Jibola Dabo, Jide Kosoko, Racheal Oniga, Michelle Dede, Padita Agu and many more. It premieres on December 5 and will be available in cinemas nationwide from the 7th of December 2018.
‘Power of 1’ is a Buckwyld Media production in partnership with the 2Baba Foundation, One Voice Nigeria, Enough is Enough, and Vote Not Fight.