In efforts towards tackling hunger & starvation in the country during The World Hunger Day which was acknowledged on Thursday 30th May, the leading Online Food Delivery platform, HELLOFOOD put up a Dinner for Nigerian bloggers and Media Practitioners to raise awareness of the terrible hunger issue in the country strive to Scare Hunger.
The event took place at Jevinik restaurant, Victoria Island, Lagos. It brought together, Newspaper correspondents, Online Media practitioners and Radio personalities. The vast majority of attendees were all individuals who had affiliations with the media. We were there too as one of the Bloggers that collaborated with HelloFood for the event.
We had Mr. Oluwaseyi Adepoju, Hellofood’s Head of Business Development who anchored the event.
And Guest Speakers: Mrs Ogochukwu Mainasara of NAFDAC and Mannie Dynamic from Cool FM
The topic at the event was, as an individual, company and business. “How can we all do our part to scare hunger away from Nigeria?”
|Image Credit: Hellofood – #Scarehunger|
While the event was going on, we were also Tweeting and posting it Social Media with the hashtag #Scarehunger , soon enough the hashtag was Trending on Twitter. See one of my Tweets from the Event below.
there’s a difference btwn Food Safety and Food Security #ScareHunger
— Ifediri Edi Dominic (@Edi4all) May 30, 2015
The hall was opened for suggestion and discussions on how hunger can be eradicated in Nigeria, and quite a lot was talked about and planned towards the hunger situation as well.
More photo from the Event below:
|In-set: From the Left – Mr. Mannie, Mrs Ogochukwu Mainasara & Mr. Oluwaseyi Adepoju|
At the end of the interactive session, the partaker’s were treated to a mouth-watering dinner at the VIP section of the restaurant.
|Myself at the far end (in blue shirt) with few other bloggers/attendees|
|More attendees during the dinner|
Hellofood recognises that more than 800 million people in the world are currently suffering from hunger and poverty. Also, Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence of hunger. Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence of hunger. One person in four is undernourished, according to the World Food Program. Hunger affects everyone, from individuals to businesses in the food industry.
The questions remains, as a What part can you play personally, to scare hunger away from Nigeria.
This is worth the reasons Hellofood App had already been listed among the Best & useful Apps for every Nigerian sometime ago.
Meanwhile, Ordering your Meal with Hellofood remains Easy as 1-2-3
Visit the Hellofood website or use the Mobile App
• Find restaurants that deliver to you by entering your current location
• Browse hundreds of menus to find the food you like
• Pay by Cash on Delivery and enjoy your delicious meal