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Eniola Badmus storms orphanage with food items and beverages (photos)

Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus has taken to social media to share photos of her visit to an orphanage home in Lagos earlier today.

With the support of some beverage companies, the actress distributed food items and drinks to the less privileged.

Sharing photos of the event on her Instagram page, the actress said people make a living by what they get, but life is made by what an individual gives.

Eniola Badmus added that nobody has ever become poor by giving.

She captioned the post thus: We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give, No one has ever become poor by giving.

Kemifilani recalled that Eniola Badmus recently bagged an ambassadorial deal with the Lagos State Government
after social media users mocked her over her choice of outfit to the 2021 Headies Awards.

Sharing photos from when she was signed as an ambassador, Eniola wrote;
“About 2 months ago, I was at the prestigious headies award show, heel high on the yellow carpet and wearing what I believe is still one of the best outfits.

Alas, the internet went agog speculating on my choice of outfit but really, I love my fans and I believe that commentary is from the place of love. Some specifically mentioned that I look like a LAWMA staff on the street.

However, those assertions have morphed into an untold success. Today I am a proud ambassador of Lagos State Waste Management Agency (LAWMA) @lawma_gov primarily to lead in adding value to the Lagos state environmental agenda through my talent and platform. I am particularly grateful to the Lagos State government and particularly LAWMA management for this unique opportunity and to my fans, please let’s work together in making Lagos the best city. Now is the Time! eniolabadmus”

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