Custodian sponsors #YepaChallenge to call attention to insurance in Nigeria

Posted on July 07 2017 , at 11:09 am
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  • The meme has been trending on the Nigerian social media space for a few days.

Over the last few days, you may have seen some memes on social media, tagged #YepaChallenge.


From Instagram stars like @Maraji_ and @EmmahOhMaGod to Twitter Overlords like @Omojuwa, various personalities captured the feelings of shock, alarm and even amusement, when things go surprisingly wrong in life!


Emma Oh Ma God‘s take on the Challenge.



Maraji‘s entry for the Challenge


Woli Arole was in the Challenge too

Entry 3 for today@Regrann from @stunner_oola – #yepachallenge #woliaroleyepachallenge YEPAAA

A post shared by Woli Arole (@officialarole) on


Many more joined in the Yepa Challenge






Nigerian students can definitely relate to this





Davido‘s look here while with DJ E Cool went viral




What you may not know is, #YepaChallenge was sponsored by Custodian and Allied Insurance PLC.


The company believes insurance is about planning ahead to ‘avoid stories that touch’.


Whenever calamity happens, you have a choice of either shouting, ‘Mogbe!’ in defeat, or you can breathe, because you are insured.


#YepaChallenge is the first instalment of Custodian’s #TomorrowIsBeautiful online campaign.


Despite all we see today, Custodian believes tomorrow is filled with hope, and insurance is one way to assure a bright future.


By helping you plan for your child’s education, your home, business, vehicle, travel or legacy, Custodian can help you shape the life you deserve.


To learn more about the #TomorrowIsBeautiful social media campaign, follow @CustodianPLC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.


Custodian and Allied Insurance Plc. owns flagship companies in the Insurance, Trusteeship and Pensions sectors. The brand is built on trust.


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