- DJ Cuppy was recently made the ambassador for Save The Children UK
- The non-profit organization is focused on helping less privileged children greatly affected by the pandemic in the UK
- The billionaire daughter shared the news on her official Instagram page
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Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, the daughter of billionaire businessman Femi Otedola, recently took to social media to announce her ambassadorship for an organization, Save The Children UK.
The non-profit organization is focused on helping less privileged children and families in the UK and around the world affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Cuppy sharing the good news on her Instagram page, wrote: "As a @SaveChildrenUK Ambassador I’m proud to be part of #SaveWithStories Lets support the most vulnerable families in the UK!"
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She also tweeted about a big announcement coming soon from her.
She wrote: "CONTRACT SIGNED Lock with ink pen... Cupcakes, HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT coming soon! ♀️Two heartsCupcakeBlack heartCollision symbol #CuppyOnAMission"
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Meanwhile, Oyindamola Oluwaseun Ajibare, a caregiver and coronavirus survivor in Lagos state, has explained how she survived the disease.
In a Facebook post, the survivor said that her employer fired her while she was still getting treated at the isolation centre, The Nation reports.
Oyindamola also said that she suspected that she got the virus from the 11-year-old kid of her employer.
In other news, currently trending on social media is the news of the death of a United States citizen who recently died from suspected coronavirus complication in Delta state.
The 67-year-old woman whose identity is yet to be ascertained had come into Nigeria to visit her boyfriend whom she met on the internet.
According to reports, the woman was said to have died on Sunday morning, May 10, after she showed some symptoms of the virus and was rushed to a private hospital at Osubi, Orerokpe under Okpe Local Government Area of the state.
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