Frodd, the Ex-Big Brother Naija 2019 housemate will be gracing the Lagos International Trade Fair today being the 5th November 2019, courtesy of Niagara Spray Starch.
The second runner-up in the Big Brother Naija 2019 edition has recently been on philanthropic activities after the end of the TV reality show. From visiting the victims of the Onitsha fire incident to the recent activity where he had a partnership with @fycraft towards “AN OUTREACH TO FEED 500KIDS ON THE STREET” which took place on 2nd November 2019, where he mentioned “I am proud to stand with my intuition about supporting my roots through acts of benevolence, welfare, and caregiving.
“I also would love to encourage youths like me to stand for what they believe in and empower themselves, all you have to do is believe in your instincts and intuitions and you would stay connected and guided”.
The “Slow Tiger” as he’s also known, took to his Instagram page to publicize his visit to the Lagos International Trade Fair today November 5, 2019.
Frodd stated in his post, “You already know how passionate I’m about Trade and Commerce. Remember our BBN Yaba Market Edition? 😏😎. This one is on a larger scale! Thanks to Niagara Spray Starch Africa, I’d be alive at the Lagos International Trade Fair selling to every one of you😅. Catch me at the US Pavilion on Tuesday, at 12 pm at TBS Lagos”.
He called fans to visit the venue today on his Instagram. He said, “Bring all your rumpled clothes, let’s get ironing!”
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It’s today Frood Nation. It’s gonna be a real shmooze!💃🏾🕺🏽. Come through at the American Pavilion in Tafawa Balewa Square at 12pm. Bring all your rumpled clothes, let’s get ironing!😏😎. Niagara got us all day😉. Btw, first 20 to get a picture with me gets a free Premium Niagara Spray Starch. Yes! Just tag me and @niagaraspraystarch_africa to claim your gift. You should be following👍🏾 See you all soon! #niagaraspraystarch #madeforlimelight #usfoodexhibition
Frodd is, without doubt, a God-sent and a prominent role model for youths. His works of charity and generosity cannot be overemphasized.