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Football For a cause #FFAC2014 in its second edition aims to raise funds to support education for the less privileged in Nigeria

In it’s 2 year running, Football For A Cause (#FFAC2014) an annual fundraiser is set to bring together a fine blend of young Nigerian celebrities, artistes, On-air-personalities and comedians with the goal of raising funds to support education for the less privileged children in Nigeria.

The novelty match is scheduled to hold on Sunday, October 12, 2014, where Nigerian entertainment icons such as amongst others will play against the All-Star Team of the TwitPremier League at the University of Lagos Sports Center by 3pm.

This blend of football, entertainment and philanthropy is another project of the StayInSchoolng Initiative which hopes to raise money to place 400 disadvantaged children in school with the aim of bridging the evident gap in the country’s education sector. StayInSchoolng currently supports 200 children across 8 primary schools and recently held a fundraiser to provide best graduating students under the SiSNG umbrella secondary school scholarships.

Tickets for the event are available for N1, 000 and N5, 000 at www.naijaticketshop.com, Ozone cinemas, Genesis Deluxe Cinemas and Silverbird Galleria.

Further details are provided on www.stayinschoolng.org, twitter - @stayinschoolng and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/StayInSchoolng-initiative/233070080154044?ref=hl

Football For A Cause is supported by Pulse.ng, Nigerian Breweries, Chicken Republic, EXP Marketing, Lucozade Sports, Moon water Productions, Beat FM, City FM, Radio One, Forest stream studios, Sound city, HipTv and Nigezie

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