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Celebrities make a stand against breast cancer

01 September 2014, 14:17

Lagos - Celebrities have joined the Pink Ball Foundation to make a stand against breast cancer, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)

Celebrities like Seyi Shay, Toolz, Eku Edewor and Osas Ighodaro have agreed to be part of the 2014 edition of the Genevieve Pink Ball Run/Walk/Cycle for Cancer billed to hold in Lagos on Saturday, September 13.

Also read: Great news for Big Brother Africa winner

Other celebrities who will take part include Michelle Dede, Betty Irabor, Juliet Ibrahim, Mai Atafo, Liz Yemoja, Bobby Taylor, Fade Ogunro,  Lynxxx, Juliet Ibrahim, Zainab Balogun, Lami Philips, Toke Makinwa and hubby, Maje Ayida.

The campaign will have participants converge at Divine Mercy Church Playground on Admiralty Road, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos along with their proof of donation.

Genevieve Pink Ball Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing breast cancer prevention, education, screening and treatment in Nigeria.

Also read:Davido donates N1m to cancer patient

 Big Brother Africa  winner, Karen Igho was recently treated for breast cancer.

Read more at NET

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