LADYBRILLENIGERIA.COM SPONSORS NIGERIA LEADERSHIP INITITAIVE NOTES2NOTE CAMPAIGN
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 13th, 2010- LadybrilleNigeria.com an online magazine website “Connecting Nigeria’s Fashion Industry” worldwide, collaborates with current Nigerian Minister of Finance Olusegun Aganga’s Nigeria’s Leadership Initiative (NLI) non-profit organization, to sponsor its Notes2Note Campaign.
Notes2Note is part of the NLI’s CLEVER initiative self-sustaining civics ethics program that tells the story of Nigeria’s rich history; using Naira notes to illustrate core values of the country’s founding fathers.
“On a personal and professional note, I am excited about LadybrilleNigeria’s affiliation with Notes2Note Campaign,” said Uduak Oduok, Founder of LadybrilleNigeria and a USA based Nigerian-American Attorney whose legal and media career has included working with and motivating youths.
As a nation and people, we have an obligation to provide a solid foundation for our youths and instill in them a sense of hope, pride and belief that they can excel in whatever their chosen career fields are,” adds Oduok.
“I am humbled and hope the LadybrilleNigeria brand continues to be a part of the solution in helping inspire youths, within and outside Nigeria.”
The Notes2Note project launches with an afternoon video premiere on May 26th, 2010 at Genesis. The project will screen and distribute a twenty (20) minute multimedia documentary (with illustrations by MI, Sasha, BOUQUI, Omawumi, Kate Henshaw-Nuttal, Aisha Augie-Kuta, TY Bello, Chioma Omeruah (C-Flow) and RoofTop Mcs) to secondary (high) school students that includes video clips, graphics and animation illustrating the country’s history.
The launch will be hosted by NLI Fellows, Associates and Celebrities; who will help motivate these youths and raise awareness. Transportation will be provided for invited local secondary school students to attend the premiere.
Ladybrille®Nigeria is the first ever industry magazine connecting Nigerian fashion professionals worldwide. The online Magazine aims to become Nigeria’s Fashion Industry Bible by: shifting the mindset of fashion in Nigeria from a cultural to both cultural AND business experience; celebrating the achievements and applauding excellence by Nigerian fashion professionals worldwide; being the platform for Nigerian fashion professionals to network, find resources and engage in commerce both on and offline; being the go to source for investors looking to invest in Nigeria’s apparel textile industries; informing and educating on the business of fashion; inspiring and helping drive public policy for positive changes in Nigeria’s fashion industry; inspiring future Nigerian fashion professionals, especially girls, who want to pursue fashion to dream, believe and achieve it!
For press inquiries or to interview LadybrilleNigeria’s Editorial Director Uduak Oduok, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 335-7197.
at May 13, 2010
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