UNICEF Nigeria has set the stage for a game-changing partnership as it proudly unveils the lineup of musical maestros and film icons – Cobhams Asuquo, WAJE, Kate Henshaw, and Ali Nuhu – stepping into the roles of UNICEF Champions for a dynamic year ahead. This assembly of champions is poised to unleash their influential voices, propelling child rights issues in Nigeria to the forefront.

In the imminent months, these champions will form a powerhouse alliance with UNICEF to amplify the urgent concerns that grip children, spanning critical domains like health, education, nutrition, child protection, water sanitation, and hygiene.

Ms. Cristian Munduate, UNICEF’s Representative in Nigeria, commended the dedication and unmatched impact of these champions. “We’re thrilled to partner with such industry heavyweights – Cobhams, WAJE, Kate Henshaw, and Ali Nuhu. Their fervent commitment to children’s rights is set to turbocharge the urgency of our daily battles,” she emphasized. She continued, “This partnership serves as a nexus between championing child rights and harnessing the transformative power of art and storytelling. Through the mediums of music, film, and public engagement, we aim to tug at heartstrings, shift paradigms, and trigger action.”

In their roles as UNICEF champions, Cobhams, WAJE, Kate Henshaw, and Ali Nuhu will spearhead a multitude of initiatives and campaigns, meticulously crafted to safeguard and uplift every child’s fundamental rights to survival, growth, development, and safeguarding.

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