My friend and brother Miyonse will be empowering young Nigerians with one million naira. Women will also benefit from the charity.
He will teach them, as he calls it, “culinary skills”. Simply put, he will teach them “how to cook”.
Miyonse’s manager Solomon Adetonkunbo, who’s also my brother, told me the move is part of the BBNaija star’s deal with SamVita Foods.
Miyonse just landed a deal with SamVita Foods and that’s his way of giving back to society. Good boy.
“It’s a great privilege to be an ambassador for SamVita Foods, I look forward to sharing some expertise and momentous experience with them,” Miyonse said in a statement Adetokunbo mailed me.
The deal will include TV, billboard and print ads nationwide, and the star will also anchor SamVita Food events across different states in Nigeria.
SamVita Foods is a leading manufacturer of High Quality Cassava Food (HQCF) in Nigeria. The firm has found a great brand ambassador in my popular-Chef-and-Big-Brother-Nigeria-reality-TV-Star brother.
Miyonse is the sole ambassador for Payporte Foodstore and also the official chef for Wake Up Nigeria – a breakfast show on TVC Entertainment with over 800,000 viewers.