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Project Ican by Chikodi Alamieyeseigha hosts Volunteers In Abuja

It was a beautiful outing at the Chelsea Hotel, Wuse 2 Abuja on Saturday September 10, 2016 where Nigerians who signed up to volunteer for the humanitarian services of the Project ICan met to get acquainted.

The meeting was presided over by the Project director and CEO, Mrs. Chikodi Alamieyeseigha as she welcomes all volunteers warmly while introducing the vision and mission of the Project Ivan as well as its project. In recognition were Mr Somto Mbelu and Jenny CHISOM Opara, who she introduced as Project Ivan management team members.

She emphasised that ProjectIcan looks out for the indigent in society, those living at less than 1dollar and reaching them with food, clothing, skill training and more. She appreciated all volunteers and their skills and encouraged everyone to get ready to be able to serve as they have willingly opted for. Volunteers who attended cut across Radio presenters, students, entrepreneurs, social workers, teachers, sign language interpreters, lawyers and others.

Project ICan is one to look out for in supporting the less privileged in Nigeria starting from Abuja

From R_L: Chikodi, Somto Mbelu and I
Chikodi Alamieyeseigha



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