The founder of Waterlight Save Initiative, Engr. Prince Ero Ibhafidon, along with a few members of the organisation recently paid a courtesy visit to Hajia Lami Tumaka, the Director of Duties and External Relationships, NIMASA Nigeria (Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency).
Led by Ibhafidon, also a member of the World Chambers of Commerce, Atlanta Georgia, USA, the group who made the courtesy call included Tushbee, OAP/ Head of Happenings Radio and partner of Waterlight Save Initiative; Mr Obinna Eugene Obi, Chief Special Duties Officer External Relations and Technical Cooperation; Mr Daniel Kajo, Chief Special Duties Officer; and Mrs Margret Uzor of Waterlight Save Initiative.
With the theme “The Next Level Empowerment and Sustainable Development for Women, Youths and Traumatised Children in Nigeria”, Waterlight Save Initiative is a nonprofit organisation aimed at giving hope, touching lives and reaching inaccessible communities in Africa through various targeted community based programs and initiatives.
Some of these programs and initiatives include the provision of portable water, free medical care for widows and children, economic empowerment through small business setups, education support in refugee camps, internally displaced camps (IDP camps), discovering and blocking avenues through which Africans engage in human trafficking and become enslaved all over the world.