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#ProjectHope: Jerry King Nwobodo launches initiative for street children in Nigeria

Project Hope is an initiative aimed at reaching one million steet children by the end of 2018 with basic supplies like food, clothing, shelter and other amenities for children.

The program was launched by Jerry King Nwobodo in Lagos on August 4, 2018.

Jerry King Nwobodo is an Entrepreneur, Management Consultant, Conservationist, Intentional Relations Expert, Writer, Online Publisher,  Novelist, Poet, Activist and Social Crusader

He is currently the Publisher of Talk Parlour (talkparlour.com), C.E.O. JerryK Communications (JKComGroup), Founder, JerryK Managment Group (JKMG), Founder, Freddie Cooper Holdings, Senior Programme Officer, Youth Resource Development, Education and Leadership Center for Africa (YORDEL Africa), Host,  The Real Hangout Show on TalkParlour TV , Creative Director, TalkParlour TV, Founder of Jerry K Earth Charity and Save A Child Campaign.

He graduated from the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 2014 with a Bachelors Degree in English and Literary Studies, History and International Studies.

As a writer, Jerry King wrote: Mad Tributes (Poem Collection), Ripple Effect (Novel), Before the Wedding (Short Story), A Head Short (Short Story), Disappear ( Short Story), Where are you my Love I & II (Poem), Naked King (Poem), Fade (Poem), Federal Theatre (Poem), To A Dying People (Poem), Time Traveler (Poem)
Jerry King is also an astute grassroots politician. He was Flag Bearer, Independent Democrats (ID), Enugu State House of Assembly, Nkanu West Constituency in 2015 and is presently Publicity Secretary, Atikulated for PDP 2019 – Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Group, Enugu State Chapter.

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