As part of the plan to monitor compliance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of No poverty, Zero hunger, and Good health and well-being, the President of the Peace Society of Kenya, Professor (Ambassador) Akama Onyari has paid a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Office of the World Humanitarian Organization for Peace and Equity (WHOPE) on Wednesday.
Welcoming Professor Akama Onyari to the WHOPE Nigerian Office located along Alimosho Road, Lagos on Wednesday, the President of WHOPE Nigeria, Chaplain Dr. James Mercy Obatunmibi commended the visitor for taking time out of his busy schedule to visit the organization. “I would like to thank you for this visit and all your efforts toward alleviating poverty in our society, your patriotism and humanitarian activities are recognized and commendable and I pray that the Lord continues to strengthen you as you do more for humanity.”
Chaplain Obatunmibi continued: “We are very glad that you have come to see some of what we do as a non-governmental organization and I want to tell you that we are doing our best to ensure that the people are feeling the humanitarian impact of our organization. We have done different empowerments, we have given scholarships for students, we have organized training and workshops and we have resolved disputes as well as mediation and I am happy to inform you that we will continue to do more. You are welcome to Lagos, Nigeria.
Responding, the visitor, Prof. Amb. Akama Onyari commended Dr James Obatunmibi and his team for the good job they have been doing in Nigeria. “I want to commend you and your team for the great job you are doing in Nigeria. We have heard various good news about some of your activities and the humanitarian services that you are doing, may the Lord bless you.”
“I have come here to identify and associate with you as well as to encourage you to do more for humanity and I believe that your efforts will not be in vain. Keep doing the good work,” he said.
Among the participants at the event include Honourable Omotayo Elizabeth, Humanitarian Christiana Dominic, WHOPE members, and volunteers.