ECGVII preaches good governance

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Essential Care G.V International Initiative (ECGVII) is an NGO that is into provision of essential care to the following group of people in the country and beyond; drug addicts, destitute, accident victims, prisoners, women battered by men, and less privileged in the society. The organization told our correspondent via the national coordination of the group, Egelege V. E. popularly called Viky Eeen, that the organization will support good governance irrespective of which party in bringing such to Nigeriaans.
ECGVII have been in existence for some time now. Her members have participated in election monitoring in the past. The organization recently paid a courtesy visit to the Minister of Health to discuss areas the two organizations would collaborate in order to better the lot of envisaged beneficiaries of ECGVII.
In furtherance of her activities of the NGO, members paid another courtesy visit to chief of Garki Village to seek the permission of the chief to use his domain for pilot stage of one the NGO’s health outreach to less privileged in the society. The chief pledged to give the NGO any assistant within his reach whenever the organization is ready.
The NGO is also collaborating with other NGOs that have similar objectives that can better the lot of the masses. On that note, members of ECGVII visited AIDE in their office in Garki Abuja where the founder, Comrade Sam Chimene promised to partner with the organization in the area of human capital development.
The organization is planning to hold a free seminar where people will be taught skills free of charge. The skills to be imparted to people are; bead making, online forex trading, fish farming, and recharge card vending. The national coordinator said the best candidates at the end of the seminar will be empowered to start off immediately.

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