Mc Tagwaye Meets Ned Nwoko Ahead Of Official Launch And Fund Raising, Confirms Partnership With Ned Nwoko Foundation
Ahead of the official launching and Fund Raising Ceremony for Tagwaye Foundation on the 27th of February 2021 at NAF Conference Center, the Founder and President, Amb. Tagwaye had few hours ago met with Prince Munir Nwoko, one of the most renowned Philanthropist, Businessman and Founder of Ned Nwoko Foundation.
During their meeting, the duo shared ideas and came-up positive prospects on how both agencies and form a synergy that will foster massive interventions for underprivileged persons and vulnerable households in Nigeria. In a post by the Founder of Tagwaye Foundation, he expressed appreciation to Prince Ned Nwoko for the reception and partnership they had established.
He further noted that when like-minds meets, the results are always positive. Tagwaye told Newsmen that Tagwaye Foundation and Ned Nwoko Foundation have agreed to team up for the betterment of the entire citizens of Nigeria. He says, “if the well to do in our communities can at least take the immediate needs(not all their needs), of just 10 underprivileged Children, it will go a long way to reduce 60percent of the major issues we are faced with in this country, especially areas of insecurity.
While commending the proactive steps being taken by both foundations, they also assured Nigerians of supporting potential engagements for the sustainability of the Malaria Eradication Project of Ned Nwoko Foundation, as it has become imminent for the growth and progress of Nigeria. However, few day from today Tagwaye Foundation will be holding one of the most anticipated humanitarian Fundraising occasion in Abuja.
The fundraising and official launch of Tagwaye Foundation will be attended by notable and reputable Personalities, Institutions, social groups, political associations and other relevant agencies across Nigeria. The aim is to encourage collaborations amongst NGOs and raise funds to support underprivileged persons across communities in Nigeria.