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As coronavirus pandemic spreads like wildfire and with its attendant economic meltdown, SoundFactory, an ingenious consumer music company which specializes in using music as a strategic tool to build brands and deepen their relationship with consumers, has joined the war against hunger and created a win-win plan for willing Nigerians to help cushion one of the negative effects of a lockdown.

Oba Dr. Fredrick Obateru Akinruntan is the traditional ruler of Ugbo Kingdom, an ancient reverie town in Ilaje Local Government, Ondo State, and southwestern Nigeria. Rated by the financial magazine, Forbes, as the richest monarch in Nigeria and second richest on the African soil. With a net-worth and conglomerate spanning into billions of dollars, Olugbo has his hands litters across many pies of business littered across the world with choice properties at highbrow areas across the world.

Ramadan is a special period for the Muslim faithful to fast, and this year’s process would have been bleak for many owning to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria that has led to government imposed lockdown to stop the spread of the disease, a situation that has led to the emergency shut-down of the country’s economy and this has exposed the needy in Lagos State to untold hardship in provision of food for families.

In an effort to curb the spread of the deadly Corona Virus pandemic, and to further support government in making living easier for the masses, a non-governmental organization, Herbert Onyewumbu Wiwge, (HOW)  Foundation, has put smiles on the faces of thousands of people in some communities in River State.

On this day, a decade ago, Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi (Kusenla III) was presented with the staff of office by the Lagos State Government, making him the second monarch of Ikate-Elegushi Kingdom, a riverine community in Eti-Osa LGA that was rapidly evolving into a prime real estate hub.