As part of plans to cushion the effect of the novel virus code name COVID-19, The leadership of the African Achievers Award has not relented in their support for humanity as they have continued in their journey to help the security agencies by providing face mask for them through their mask up Africa initiative as the project has continued to show support to critical frontline workers.
In achieving this great feat the team lead by the CEO Of the African Achievers Award Dr Tonye Rex Idaminabo, The Country’s Rep Amb.Phil Roberts and Head Communication Mrs Heavens O. paid a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Representative of the African Union Ecossoc Dr.Tunji Asaolu to discuss further partnership on how both organisations can add their voices together to make remarkable impacts in Africa.
The meeting ended Positive smiles as the African Achievers Award and the Office of The African Union Ecossoc Nigeria has decided to work together to reposition Africa for greater glory.
The journey ended up with a stop at the Federal Road safety Corps office in Abuja where the AAA Team was recieved by senior officers where they showed their sincere gratitude to the team.
Speaking to the AAA team the head of drivers licensing Unit Mrs A.O Olagoke said that this is the first time they have recieved such a wonderful support in a time such as this and they thanked the AAA team for birthing such a great project “mask up Africa” as this will help in securing the lives of frontline workers in different fields.
In response to the speech by the officers Dr Rex Idaminabo the CEO of the AAA assured the corps members present that the AAA will continue in this strength to make sure frontline workers are safe in such a time as this as he called on other organisations to continue showing support to the good citizens of Nigeria because government cannot do it alone
News published by the Talk Abuja media team in Abuja.