06 May 2021 Full Story, Pics and Videos: New Vehicle for the Office of the OCI Foundation’s National Champion (May 5, 2021; Abuja, Nigeria)
To ease the workload of the its National Champion, Rev Dr Austin Epunam, the OCI Foundation, on Tuesday, May the 5th, 2021, provided a Toyota Sienna to the Office of the National Champion.
The event, held at the premises of the Abuja Office of the OCI Foundation at the Sinoki House, Abuja, Nigeria, was attended by the a number of the OCI Foundation’s leadership in Nigeria, as well as Rev Dr Epunam and his friends. The OCI Foundation was led by its Head of Advocacy, Mr Sam Agwa, and had Mr Luter Ikyobo and Mr Ifeanyi Anueyiagu, as the other members in attendance.
Official hand-over speech as the OCI Foundation’s National Champion receives official car
Rev Epunam, is the Founder and President of the Sweet Home Africa Humanitarian Foundation (SHAHF), an NGO that he established in 2006 to empower Nigerian youths at home and in diaspora. He formally became the OCI Foundation’s National Champion in August 2020, and has made immense contributions to the Foundation’s Arm Our Youths Health Campaign.
Acceptance Speech from Rev Epunam, as he receives official vehicle as the OCI Foundation’s National Champion
It should be noted that the ArOY Campaign is a novel, Harvard-endorsed, WHO-supported, and evidence-based health promotion initiative of the OCI Foundation, which is being introduced across all senior secondary schools in Nigeria as a way of tackling breast and cervical cancers. In September 2019, it was rolled out across all the 261 senior secondary schools in Anambra State of Nigeria, and a similar event, scheduled for Benue State in May 2020, was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All of Nigeria’s 36 states (and the FCT) are expected to benefit from the ArOY campaign on or before the end of 2025, and the ongoing consultations are part of this whole process.