6. Humanitarian services
He is an ambassador, appointed by the Nigerian National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control and released a song called ‘Man Unkind’- a social commentary on poor food and drug standards in Nigeria. In 2014, after losing his father to prostate cancer, Tuface became a voice in Nigeria’s prostate cancer prevention campaign kicking off an awareness month in September. He partnered with CECP-Nigeria (Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy) to further increase awareness with plans to launch Mobile Cancer Centers (MCC) to promote holistic health to rural communities. The singer launched Tuface Idibia Reach-Out Foundation in 2009 with a pledge to promote nonviolence, young peace-builders and development. In the same vein of peace, the National Youth Council of Nigeria awarded the International Youth Ambassador Idibia for Peace and the Nigeria Youth Merit Award.
‘We are tired of bloodshed, tired of losing our friends, tired of living in fear and tension,’ he said in a statement on the foundation website. ‘We give ourselves to restoring love, harmony and preservation of Nigeria’s future so we choose to build peace in our country’.
2Face established an NGO called 2Face Idibia Reach-Out Foundation which motto is service to humanity. In 2009, he was presented with the prestigious International Youth Ambassador for Peace Summit and the Nigeria Youth Merit Award by the National Youth Council of Nigeria in recognition of his contributions to youth development in Nigeria.