Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III
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By Lukman Omikunle

“The Sapphire Reality TV show is coming right in time to nip the waves of misdemeanour that has enveloped our teenagers particularly those who have resorted to rituals practices and other vices to make instant wealth at such budding age.”

The upcoming Sapphire Youngsters project has received a major acceptance boost after the Alaafin of Oyo, His imperial majesty, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, III endorsed and commended the much-awaited children education and moral based reality TV show.

The Oyo monarch applauded the organizers of the anticipated show when the Sapphire Chief Executive, Mr Alex Dada, and some members of his crew recently paid the Alaafin a courtesy visit at his palace.

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According to a statement made available to newsheadline247, Oba Adeyemi called on corporate establishments and eminent Nigerians to support the project which is said to redefine moral projection among the Nigerian Youths.

“This commendable project deserves absolute support from the general public and corporate bodies in order to encourage moralities, self-innovative and confidence among our teenagers,” Adeyemi said.

While applauding Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s efforts in his bid to take children off the streets of the state, Oba Adeyemi added that the Sapphire Youngster Reality TV show is in the right direction to eradicate juvenile delinquencies from our respective communities and Nigeria as a whole.

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He said, “The Sapphire Reality TV show is coming right in time to nip the waves of misdemeanour that has enveloped our teenagers particularly those who have resorted to rituals practices and other vices to make instant wealth at such budding age.”

The revered monarch also congratulated the final 20 contestants and asked them to be more disciplined in their respective areas of specialization. He also urged them to make use of the advantage of lessons learnt from the contest and become good ambassadors of their age bracket for others to emulate.

In his remarks, Sapphire CEO, Mr Dada, expressed his profound gratitude to Oba Adeyemi’s royal and fatherly support. “Indeed you are the real father of all and what you have exhibited here today shows you are deeply concerned about the present situation of Nigerian teenagers.”

Mr Dada also promised Oba Adeyemi that his organization will thread the path of the monarch’s advice adding that the sapphire group will leave no stone unturned to ensure a successful maiden edition of the reality show.

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