A first hand first-hand experience documentary detailing challenges of people battle drug addiction is set to berth on TV screens.
to Dr Tony Rapu, Senior Pastor at This Present House
The documentary, produced by a faith based nonprofit organization of the House of Freedom exposes the drug life of people in impoverished communities including but not limited to Ejigbo, Ijora, Iwaya, Bariga and Somolu.
It also captures touching stories of villains who are trapped in the most illicit world of drug addiction, prostitution, armed robbery and other vices.
“My Lagos Diaries’ ultimate goal is to sensitize the general public about the struggles of these underprivileged persons while providing an opportunity for interested individuals and organizations to support Freedom Foundation’s vision via donations and funding,” to Dr Tony Rapu, Senior Pastor at This Present House told newsmen.
He added further;“It will tell some of the real stories of rehabilitated prostitutes, armed robbers, drug addicts, beggars and other neglected individuals in the society,” he said.
“Our aim is to achieve individual transformation and subsequently, community transformation. Apart from the Freedom Foundation, the ‘God Bless Nigeria’, our sister initiative works directly with people at the grassroots level in these poor neighborhoods,” said Rapu.
"God Bless Nigeria’ goes into neighborhoods, interacting with the people, reaching into the community and Freedom Foundation runs the professional programs of rehab and empowerment through Genesis House, Bethesda and House of Refuge.”
The public premiere of ‘My Lagos Diaries’ will take place on the 21st of January 2017 and will launch a 13 week documentary series which will begin airing online on Freedom Foundation’s YouTube channel as well as on television from the end of February. It will tell some of the real stories of rehabilitated prostitutes, armed robbers, drug addicts, beggars and other neglected individuals in the society.
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