”THINK ABOUT IT” Musical concert

Buchi during his ministration

Seyi sax during his presentation Olaitan Dada 

Classic world concept during their presentation. House of david dance crew with Mrs Adebayo. ”THINK ABOUT IT” musical concert was a splendid evening where we got to enjoy meaningful drama presentation ,spoken word, testimonies and music all to campaign against drug and substance abuse. It was also a day to reminisce on the year’s activities and plan for a better and impactful year ahead.

Upcoming Walk campaign.
Volunteers needed for the LIVING FREE
Date: Oct 10th,2018.
To participate please contact Joseph 07065855978

It’s Something Else

What will you be doing with the holiday break? Catch ‘It’s Something Else’ the amazing stage play inspired by true life happenings. You think you know what you are about to experience, but you have no clue what’s coming?

With a brilliant story, expressed on stage by prolific actors and directed by the multi-talented Najite Dede, get ready for some laughter and also be prepared to be moved to tears.
Brought to you by Paroche Reachout Foundation and Produced by Gbagyichild Entertainment
Amazing play ‘It’s Something Else”
Directed by Najite Dede
Starring – Omoye Uzamere, Toju Ejoh, Bucci Franklin & Austine Onuoha
Brought to you by Paroche Reach-out Foundation and Produced by Gbagyichild Entertainment
Date: Thursday; September 24, 2015
Time: 03:00pm and 6.00pm
Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage, V.I Lagos

World Drug Day

Today, 26th June of every year is a day set aside to campaign against drug abuse and trafficking in illicit drugs.

Have you for once given a thought to the fact that someone somewhere is going through traumatic times because of drug/substance abuse? Do you know that some people only need simple counselling to get rid of or think of given up on addiction to substance abuse? It may involve someone directly or indirectly related to you, but we are all involved in one way or another. How?  You may ask; some commercial vehicle drivers who take us to and from different places like markets, churches, schools and to work or even on long journey engage in one form of substance abuse or another.

Now, if (God forbid) the vehicle loaded with passengers, driven by a drunk-driver or a driver under the influence of
other dangerous substances had an accident, what do you think would happen? Many people may die, some may sustain various degrees of injury and end up in hospitals. Many of these victims or casualties may be your brothers, sisters, uncles, nephews, cousins, husbands etc.

This is why you have to be involved in the campaign against drug/substance abuse/addiction not only to save lives but also to save future prospects, talents, careers and set goals.

Please, don’t say it does not concern me, do something today. JUST SAY NO TO DRUGS!!!

International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Some facts on drug abuse and its effects

  • Drugs have the ability to affect your mood. They can arose certain emotions and can also diminish others
  • The changes in your behaviour is the result of changes in your brain caused by the drugs as drugs interfere with the chemicals in your brain
  • Mental health problems include anxiety, mood swings, depression, aggression and sleeping problems
  • Psychoactive drugs can cause delusions
  • They can also affect your sense of personal identity and reality
  • Schizophrenia and asthma are very common health problems
  • Overuse can also lead to heart attacks and can damage the cartilage of your nose, if inhaled
  • Injection can damage your veins and body tissues
  • Some drugs have the power to overstimulate your heart and nervous system. However, some can be linked
    with memory problems.


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Upcoming Event

You are welcome to a life changing event organized by Paroche club, Adeleke University Chapter tomorrow 28th May, 2015 between 1:00pm-3:00pm.

Tagged: “STAY IN CONTROL,YOU’VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES”. The program is centered on motivating youths and society positively to stay away from substance abuse and other social vices.

Introduction/Election of Excos BU chapter

On the 8th of February 2015, Paroche Reach out Foundation visited Babcock University for the formal introductory meeting with interested participants who indicated interest during our last drug awareness campaign at both main & mini campuses of the University. The meeting commenced at about 2:00pm at the main campus. The turnout was not only impressive, it was also encouraging.

Before the Founder/CEO, Titilola Adebayo (Mrs.) commenced her talks on the detrimental effects of drug/substance
abuse/addiction, she asked the students to express themselves on what motivated them to indicate interest to be the ‘megaphones’ to promote the campaign against substance abuse/addiction in the society.

One of them, Miss. Moyinoluwa, stated that as a little girl, she grew up in an environment (Ojuelegba to be
precise) where substance abuse was the order of the day. And while all that was happening, she could not understand the implications until when she grew older and could understand her environment better. Even at that point there was nothing she could do to assist those who needed assistance. She stated that being a member of Paroche club would afford her the opportunity to reach out to people who might need assistance through information dissemination to find solutions to their drug abuse/addiction problems.

The Founder/CEO of Paroche Reach out Foundation used the forum to enlighten the students more on substance
abuse/addiction citing real life experiences about those who have been traumatized and their lives and careers virtually ruined as a result of substance abuse/addiction.

At the end of the discourse, came the question and answer session during which satisfying answers were given to
their questions by the CEO.
Also at the mini campus, the discourse was carried out by the CEO. The highpoint of the meeting was the
election of the following students as pioneer executives of the club:

President: Moyinoluwa Adelakun
Vice president: Agbebaku Ihomeha
Secretary: Lawal Oluwatosin
Project coordinator: Adetunji Oluwanipinmi
Assistant project coordinator: Lawal Akolade
Sponsors: Dr. Mrs. Olaore

President: Jerry-Esigie Efemina
Secretary: Dowodu Opeyemi
Project coordinator: Solomon Ilevbare


The formal inauguration date will be communicated to all as soon as it is agreed upon.

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