Last weekend, the Guinness made of black train berthed in Benin-City, after delivering amazing experiences to consumers in Enugu, Lagos and Port Harcourt. In its continuous bid to discover and celebrate some of Nigeria’s unsung heroes, the Guinness team has travelled across different cities in Nigeria for an exceptional celebration of outstanding Made of Black Heroes.
The Port Harcourt party which held at Cubana lounge hosted the heroes to a special evening which saw a large turnout of fans and Guinness lovers who trooped out en masse to celebrate their city winners following several weeks of nomination.
It was a unique style of celebration in Port Harcourt as the made of black Ambassadors; Olamide and Phyno took to the streets to pay surprise visits to the Made of Black Heroes in their neighbourhoods. After the visit, the heroes joined Olamide and Phyno in a live radio interview on popular Wazobia FM to share their inspiring stories.
The Port Harcourt heroes are Goodluck Uchendu,a philanthropist, who has given a lot to the society, Kenny Oziri aka Mr. Wet paint, Imotar, ID Robert, Kingsley Nnah, Ufuoma Egbamuno, DJ Deeflex, Eng Billy Eugene, Adekunle Tijani and Stanley Sylvester. Their unique stories are a clear demonstration of the black attitude.
In Benin, the Made of Black party gathered massive crowd as fun-seeking residents of the ancient city came out in their large numbers to party with Guinness. The crowd thronged Naomi Garden Benin City, to identify with their heroes, together with the made of black ambassadors to enjoy the full swing of the party.
The Benin heroes nominated were: Osagie Irhue, Rosemary Kahain, Phynix Lee Banks, Sandra Onwualu, Bonaventure Anyanwu, Mrs. Tonia Babaobi, Steven Odih, Jedeye, Amakhian Best, Philtown. Theirs were tales of remarkable contributions and whole-hearted sacrifice from selfless people who have contributed to improving and impacting the lives of other people in their communities, an attribute for only the people who are truly Made of Black.