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How Airtel Touching Lives Supports Helpless Nigerians


Lagos, Nigeria. Image source superhotmobile

Lagos, Nigeria. Image source superhotmobile

AIRTEL Nigeria’s inspiring TV show, Airtel Touching Lives, has continued to support and encourage citizens and organisations who are making a change in the society.

Viewers of the reality show have been inspired by the amazing narratives of Nigerians who have overcome the odds in their respective life circumstances. The series, which ran for 13 weeks, has finally ended.

The programme brought to the fore the commitment and kind-heartedness of Airtel Nigeria in uplifting underprivileged people across Nigeria through its CSR interventions.

It aimed not only to help the down trodden but to also encourage others to help the less privileged in the society. The 13 episodes TV series was shown every Sunday on DSTV Channel 154 at 8pm and Saturdays on NTA Network at 8:05pm. 

In the enthralling episode, Airtel Nigeria cascaded its way to the ancient city of Benin in Edo state, where it came to the need of the Angie Epilepsy Foundation, a non-governmental organisation that aims to change public perception of epilepsy and provide medical assistance to epileptic people.

Deeply moved by the sufferings of people living with epilepsy, Airtel Nigeria came to the need of the Foundation by providing medication for 100 epileptic people.

The Foundation expressed their immense gratitude to Airtel Nigeria as they have taken away the burden of families that could not afford the expensive drugs needed for the treatment of the disease.

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