The Nigeria women of Integrity, a registered organisation with the Nigerian cooperate affairs commission (CAC), its an organisation which has found itself on the ladder of triumph over the years.
Over the past years, the Nigeria women of Integrity has engaged in several forms of activities both home and outside the country in Recognising worthy individuals who has served tremendously and still serving their fatherland, Nigeria.
They have been a shelter to so many less privilege in the country. Their unalloyed support for the orphanage is overwhelming.
They are undoubtedly a pillar to be recogned with in terms of support for the less privileges and nation building.
The Nigeria Women of Integrity, joined the United Nations every year to celebrate the world Orphanage day, to support and carter for the orphans world wide.
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Every year, the Nigeria women of Integrity took out time to bring together orphanage homes with the kids to millennium Park Abuja, to celebrate and gift them items and scholarships.
This year’s world orphanage day organised by the Women of Integrity, was supported by some key individuals both home and abroad. The individuals facilitators include, Amb. Sampson Charles (Hungary), Prof Edmund Agbo (Italy), Amb. Marlene Onyeocha (UK), Rev Paul Ndukwe (Canada), Linda Anyanwu (Ireland), including Amb. Ginika Tor, Integrity Mother of the year amongs many.
This year’s world orphanage day was attended by over 500 (five hundred) Orphanage homes in and outside Abuja. It was also used to remember the late founder, Chinyere Asika.
Amb. Chief, Amaraegbu Cletus, coordinated the event all through.
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