Friday, 18 August 2017

Yaw to provide free Eye-care services in Anambra as part of his birthday celebration

OAP-comedian Steve Onu otherwise known as Yaw has announced plans to visit Awka, Anambra State, on August 19 for the provision of free eye treatment to the residents.

This initiative is in celebration of his 40th birthday coming up on the August 23, 2017.

Yaw made the announcement on his social media, urging fans in Anambra who suffer from any eye defect(s) or know people who do, to participate and benefit from the initiative.

The actor also revealed that the initiative, which is conceived under his flagship community project: ‘The Yaw Naija Project,’ will hold not only to celebrate his birthday but to also commemorate the United Nation’s World Humanitarian Day, which both fall on the same date.

He added that the free services offered will include: free eye consultation/examination, provision of eye glasses, and general eye treatment for the visually impaired.

He shared the post with the caption:
Do you know anyone in Anambra living with any Eye problems?
As part of activities leading to the 40th birthday celebration of seasoned entertainer, Steve Onu, popularly known as Yaw, The Yaw Naija Project train will hit Anambra State, Nigeria to Celebrate this year’s United Nation’s World Humanitarian Day this August 19th.
There will be:
Free Eye consultation
Eye treatment &
Eye glasses for people living with any eye defects.
Venue: Umukwa Village Town Hall, Umukwa street off Zik Avenue by Eke Awka Market, Anambra State.
Time: 9:00am
This project is proudly supported by Yaw Naija Entertainment, Five Star Music Group, Media Panache, Yaw Naija TV, Power Oil, Dear Africa and Minimie Chinchin.
For support and more information, call :
Chy: 0816655656 Or Moses: 07031228058
#YawAt40 #August23#CelebratingYawAt40
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