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Tuesday, May 5, 2020

#PeakBreakfast table talk: Lasisi, Tomike, Temisan and others ‘edu-tain’ Nigerians on their Lock-down Chronicles



One could as of now tell that the Peak breakfast table talk would have been something not to miss, looking at the line-up of Instagram celebrities. The online breakfast show which finished on the 28th of April saw Nigeria's mainstream Instagram humorists and characters share energizing insights concerning their lock-down understanding, while at the same time taking their crowd through the way toward setting up their preferred supporting Peak breakfast recipes.


Being hosted on Peak's Instagram page, the live shows included characters like Lasisi Elenu, Tomike, Temisan, Kie and Elozonam - who energized their adherents with fun and educative discussions about solid nourishment and determinedly watching the lockdown mandate. They likewise incited their supporters to reproduce the morning meal dinners as observed during the Instagram live discussions.


Likewise, in accordance with this commitment of feeding Nigerians and helping them arrive at their pinnacle, the dairy giant cooperated with the administration to help more than 100,000 low-pay families the nation over who are in danger of trading off their dietary needs with alleviation bundles of Peak dairy items to assist them with remaining sustained while they remain safe at home. The brand additionally joined forces with a few N0n-government Organizations (NGOs) including Lagos Food Bank, Bayo Omoboriowo Foundation, made Great by God Foundation, Tahara Collective and Mothers Outreach; giving help another 27,000 families containing low-salary workers, powerless youngsters and medicinal services specialists at the irresistible ailment clinic (IDH) Yaba and Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH).

In the soul of Ramadan, Peak is additionally working with NGOs to flexibly dairy items to Muslims with moderately deficient methods for money - guaranteeing they remain fed during the long stretch of dedication.

Having asked Nigerians for more than 60 years to go after their pinnacle, Peak is connecting and demonstrating their help to Nigerians from various perspectives.






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