The last couple of years have seen Seyi Tinubu establishing himself as a colossus on several fronts.
As a businessman, the younger Tinubu has excelled in business promoting Loatsad Promomedia Limited, his firm to an enviable height, also acquiring other enviable brands including E-motion Advertising.
Amiable Tinubu has also shown that he has a big heart, playing big as a philanthropist via his Noella Foundation, feeding thousands of less privileged individuals.
The latest in his acts of philanthropy has seen him feeding thousands of people in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown.
Since the lockdown, Seyi, who is Asiwaju Bola Tinubu’s son has been about town providing food for the less privileged with his unique food box.
To him, no one should go to bed hungry.
Taking to Instagram, Seyi said, “No one deserves to be hungry. Not now, not ever.
“We @noella.foundation and @foodcliquesupport remain committed to supporting the efforts of Mr Governor and working with individuals/corporates to support the most vulnerable during this trying period. .
This brings the total number of emergency COVID-19 food boxes delivered to over 9,000 (i.e. a minimum of 270,000 meals guaranteed. We shall not relent in our effort to feed as many as we can through our Covid-19 Emergency Food Box Initiative.
As we distributed emergency food packs across Lagos State to support Sanwo-Olu’s administration’s fight against COVID-19 and do our part to help the people of Lagos, we have been able to visit many different parts of the state. Supporting the lockdown relief effort has been one of the most consequential experiences of my life. In this context, nothing gave me more joy than when we @noella.foundation and @foodcliquesupport went to Agege yesterday…. Why?? .
Before going to our first stop in Agege, Pen Cinema and eventually ending up at the Stadium in Agege, many people said Agege was dangerous and attempted to discourage us from going. This was however more of an encouragement because at @noella.foundation and @foodcliquesupport, we strongly believe that hunger does not respect adverse situations. I also strongly believe that in this fight against COVID-19, we are one Lagos and for a #GreaterLagos, NO ONE MUST BE LEFT BEHIND. .
We are all in this together! As I later reflected on the excursion, I realised that I and the people that came with me benefitted more than anybody from what we were doing. Sure, we helped so many vulnerable Lagosians but in return they showed us just how resilient and good-natured the people of Lagos truly are. .
I left knowing that we will get through this period together because Lagos will forever be the state that defines greatness in Nigeria. .
Our state demonstrates daily that we have the best leaders and yesterday, in Agege I learned that we also have the best people. .
Thank you Agege.“