After a terrific time in Enugu, the #Madeofblack trains hits Lagos!
Guinness ambassador Olamide paid a surprise visit to three #Madeofblack heroes, Tina Nwosu, DJ Toxic and Josphone Nwosu, in the city and were there so excited to see the rapper, and of course be humoured!
Let’s tell you a bit about our Lagos #Madeofblack heroes;
Tina Nwosu was nominated by Godtime. Following the separation of his parents,
Godtime’s father never looked back which saw him never knowing the love of a father. He was raised by a single mother and heavily supported by his aunt. After his mom’s demise in 2008,
his aunt became solely responsible for him and she played the role of his parents in full capacity.
Single-handedly she took care of his education, got him a job even takes care of his rent. She is an epitome of a hero and indeed made of black.
DJ Toxic is a female hardworking music producer who has made it her business to help talented youth grow into becoming great musicians. She pursues this with passion and zeal that is synonymous to a true made of black
Josephine Njokwu is a woman with a heart of gold. She has being offering free foods and snacks for children for twenty-two years now. On Sundays and Wednesdays, she makes snacks and gives to children going to church at Oregun.