Chief Mulade charged GWDAF to be dedicated, transparent and work as a team
The National coordinator, Chairman / CEO of Center for Peace and Environmental CEPEJ, Chief Comrade Sheriff Mulade charged Grassroot Women Development Advocacy Foundation GWDAF to be dedicated, transparent and work as a team in their organization.
Chief Mulade made this charge while playing host to the group during a courtesy visit by the women seeking collaboration and support of CEPEJ in their programs and activities at the Warri Office of CEPEJ on Wednesday September 2, 2020.
Chief Mulade while encouraging the group to be steadfast in their endeavor as an organization said NGOs activities are more of selfless service, sacrifice, dedication and strong passion of individuals toward the organizations goal. He also advised the group not to deviate from their mission, aims and objectives of the organization if they want to succeed.
He also spoke strongly of the importance of integrity of the organization, stating that as women they are a force in the society that every politicians might wont to mobilize to achieve their personal interest, but as a Non Governmental Organization, they should be able to resist such ploy in order not to create distrust among themselves and from other CSOs thereby losing credibility and integrity before the world.
He further assured them of his support, collaboration and the wiliness to work with the group by saying that his Office is opened to them at all times and they are free to make use of CEPEJ office and premises for their seminars, engagements, conferences, training programs and other relevant activities.
Speaking at the occasion the Delta State Coordinator Mrs. Esite Miebi Stella who lead the delegation, thanked the National Coordinator, Chairman/CEO of CEPEJ, Chief Comrade Sheriff Mulade for accepting to collaborate and work with GWDAF, most profoundly his kind gesture toward the group.
Grassroot Women Development Advocacy Foundation GWDAF is an NGO made-up of women from across Nigeria for the development of women in the society and to enhance the overall well being of women and children in the grassroot.
High point of the visit was the presentation of both CEPEJ newsletters and GWDAF inauguration magazine.