Jim Iyke Searches for Love in the USA

 New York – Jim Iyke, the Nigerian film industry’s (Nollywood) leading actor is yearning to share his life and his love with a woman who has all the right qualities.

The Jumah Studio production company will shoot a television reality show “Jewels for Jim”, in five U.S. cities, starting in New York on Sunday, September 19, at the 28th Street Studio 34 West 28th Street, NYC 10001, at 3:00 pm, then on to Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles and wrapping in Washington, D.C.  From Nigeria to America, Jewel for Jim will cast the widest net yet, in hopes of finding a compatible match for Iyke.

The celebrated actor has been described as Nollywood’s playboy and a serial heartbreaker.  American audiences and celebrity matchmakers will assist the consummate bachelor Jim Iyke with finding that unique woman who will melt his heart and make him entertain the thought of walking down the aisle.

The lucky woman chosen to become Jim’s Jewel will receive a $50,000 cash award, other prizes in addition to traveling the world with Jim.  She will also join Iyke in his philanthropic endeavors as a spokesperson for Sickle Cell Disease and the Jim lyke Foundation.

Sickle cell disease is a genetically inherited condition that affects more than 300 million people worldwide, with the highest population existing in Iyke’s homeland of Nigeria.  “Sickle cell disease has existed under of cloak of mystery and ignorance for more than 2000 years.  I am committed to help break the silence and correct the misperception that this is a Black disease”.  People all over the world are being born into a life of pain and dying in un-noticed”, said Jim.

The Jim Iyke Foundation is a non-governmental organization engaged in advancing the protection, rights and welfare of children with deformities and physical disabilities.  Its primary focus is to improve access to medical services, reconstructive and life-saving surgeries, and sensitizing the public the plight of these children, so that they will support the foundation’s efforts to provide medical services in impoverished communities.

For more information on Jim Iyke and the Jewel for Jim project visit http://jewelforjim.com.

Photos courtesy of Trendy Africa Media




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