World Malaria day: It’s possible to eradicate malaria in Africa says Ned Nwoko
Abuja stands still as Prince Ned Nwoko leads a Malaria Awareness Walk in commemoration of World Malaria Day 2021 noting that it’s possible to eradicate malaria in Africa starting with Nigeria. He was joined by his wife Regina Daniels as well as other nollywood celebrities, musicians and comedians
Ned used the opportunity to address the crowd who joined the advocacy walk, stressing on the need for Sanitation, Waste Management, Vaccine Development and Fumigation as those are the sustainable approaches to ensure a Malaria free Nigeria and Africa.
He also stressed the need to create an agency which will be saddled with responsibility of eradicating malaria in Nigeria. The representative of the the Nigerian in the Diaspora, Alistair Soyode commended the initiative and pledge the association supports. Eedris Abdulkareem opined that this is a wake up call for all leaders across Nigeria to get a vaccine because there’s a vaccine for other diseases who are not as deadly as Malaria.
The Billionaire Philanthropist and Antarctica explorer Prince Ned Nwoko also used the opportunity to thank all Nigerians that came out across the Nation to create Awareness on the scourge of malaria in Africa. The project coordinator, Mr Chukwuebuka Anyaduba also encouraged the citizens to take charge of their environment by ensuring a clean environment because mosquitoes breed in dirty environments.