Charity Minded Cartoonist &Veteran Media Consultant, Albert Ohams, Speaks Why Corporate Nigeria Should Support Their Course
By Mike Cerutti
It is often said in the philanthropic world that " Charity brings to life again those who are spiritually dead. ...and that he who has never denied himself for the sake of giving, has but glanced at the joys of charity"
And perhaps motivated by the deep urge to give back to young talents accross Africa, respected cartoonist and media practitioner, Mazi Albert Ohams have made a passionately appeal to well meaningful Nigerians , corporate big time players and other philanthropist to come and join in effort to support young talented artist
"I am very happy to see young talent being motivated to do more, last year we supported them with good cash, this year we plan not to relent, hence we want corporate Nigeria to be part of this drive" he told World Leaders magazine platform last night
Meanwhile, in a related development, Winners have emerged in the Brush online cartoon competition for students in tertiary and secondary schools organised recently by the Brush cartoon and animation centre ltd, Lagos with the theme ‘ The effects of covid-19 pandemic in the society’ as part of promoting the cartoon profession. Among the entries received, and after thorough screening and assessments by the judges that include the President of cartoonists association of Nigeria [CARTAN], Mr Mike Asukwo, a lecturer in the department of creative arts, University of Lagos, Dr Ganiyu Jimga and a medical practitioner with vast interest in cartooning Dr. Bobby Iwe,the following emerged the winners of the maiden edition of the competition based on the theme, concept and execution.
Ohams congratulates all the participants for putting up a great effort and promise to separate the secondary and tertiary schools participants in future competitions to encourage more talents.