A youth group in Jos Plateau state, “Team Efe” a support group of the winner of recently concluded Nigeria reality television show “Big Brother Nigeria ” has disclose that the winner Michael Ejegba, popularly called Efe said will dedicate his prize to humanitarian service.
“There will orphanage visitation in Jos.”
Coordinator of the group Ismaila Yakubu, in a media chat on Wednesday in Jos, Plateau state, revealed that Efe has selected four days to pay visitations to orphanage homes and other less privileges locations within Jos.
Mr. Yakubu said Efe intends to form a foundation, which will be charitable to the less privilege, as part of giving back to the society.
The group thanked Nigerians for the support, which enable Efe emerge victorious in the keenly competition.
“We dedicate this victory to well meaning Nigerian who supported him ” we believe that until youths are given the opportunity and support towards their desires to get to the peak of their dreams, they may not be able to effectively contribute to nation building.”
According to Efe’s elder sister Faith Yakubu, who was present at the press conference, said his 24 year old brother, Efe is a humble person who engage in daily contributions in Lagos, after his NYSC service to earn a living.
Faith said Efe was born in Kabong, a slum area in Jos north local government area of Plateau state, and schooled at government college Jos, obtained his first degree at university of Jos and served the one year NYSC scheme in Lagos.