Celebs join the Eight Foundation campaign against sexual violence

This new campaign photos features celebrities Ketchup, Peace Hyde, Denola Grey, Oputa Ulo Jessica, Noble Igwe, and Tolu Eros.

 

The Break the Silence campaign continues as the 8 foundation releases new campaign photos following up from the previous two weeks as more celebrities in entertainment, fashion and lifestyle lend their support in spreading the message and also in urging victims to break the silence if they have gone through any form of sexual violence.

This new campaign photos features celebrities Ketchup, Peace Hyde, Denola Grey, Oputa Ulo Jessica, Noble Igwe, and Tolu Eros.

The Eight Foundation is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the needs of women and girls who have experienced sexual violence by providing them with the necessary counselling and social rehabilitation.

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