American TV SHOW by Nigerian, Oladipo Olafunmiloye – “THIS IS YOUR AMERICAN DREAM”

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It’s amazing to see people of our community, country, give back to their fellow citizens. Oladipo Olafunmiloye who is also known as Lafa is one man who deserves more than this recognition.

Oladipo is a well known in the business of remodeling and construction. He has been successful in his lane and has decided to give back to his community.

At his Gambrills Mansion, Oladipo has hosted small numbers of friends, family, employees and spent time at least two Saturday’s each month, feeding the needy.

Oladipo has taken it further, he recently had an exclusive viewing for a project he was working on. A program that helps families in the no income to low income bracket.

We, here at iCirculate were quite privileged to witness the great things that Oladipo has been set in this world to do. As we approached the Gambrills Mansion, we were directed and ushered in an orderly manner, given a small goodie bag & the opportunity to enjoy such a beautiful house.

His project, “This Is Your American Dream™” is a reality-based television series that promotes volunteerism and provides free and clear homes to economically disadvantaged families and/or families who have loved ones with life-threatening illnesses or disabilities. The program focuses on those families/individuals that have never had a chance to own their own piece of “The American Dream”, perhaps as a result of their circumstances such as Breast Cancer, Autism, HIV /AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis, wounded veteran, homelessness etc.

This Is Your American Dream™” is a platform that offers the opportunity to own a piece of the American dream. This show is not only about taking deserving families but also equipping them with the education and skill set needed to maintain and progress in society.

We are sure you’d also be interested in this beautiful project. To learn more and/or get in touch with Oladipo, here’s their website.

www.ThisIsYourAmericanDream.com

Join Oladipo Olafunmiloye in being part of the change we need.

Oghene Michael

Oghene Michael

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