MEMBERS OF BOARD OF
MRS. AJIBOLA OYEJOPE
Mrs. Ajibola Oyejope is a Trustee and is also the President of the
foundation. An education consultant, a teacher, a curriculum
developer who has worked within and outside Nigeria.
STEVENS OLUSOLA AJAYI
Stevens Olusola Ajayi is a veteran missionary who has been serving
in the interior of Northern Nigeria since 1992, a trustee and also
the Vice President of the foundation. He has been at the forefront
of the struggle to achieve the objectives of the foundation and has
kept it running since its inception in 2004. He is a dedicated and
NJOKU GEOFFREY NDUBUISI
Mr. Njoku Geoffrey Ndubuisi is a Trustee and also the Treasurer of
the foundation.A trained media expert, who worked formerly at
Federal Radio cooperation of Nigeria and currently as a media
officer at UNICEF.
STEVENS GLORIA CHINWE
Dr Stevens Gloria Chinwe (PhD) is a missionary and a trustee and
also the Publicity Secretary of the foundation. A former lecturer at
the Enugu state university of science and Technology, She is the
wife to the Vice President and founder of the foundation.
PROF. YINKA OMOROGBE
Prof. Yinka Omorogbe, Nabo Graham Douglas Distinguished professor of
Energy Law, Nigeria Institute of Advanced Legal Studies; former
Corporation Secretary and Legal Adviser, Nigerian National Petroleum
Corporation; Secretary/Trustee, Dr. Irene Ighodaro Memorial
Foundation. Member of council, Igbinedion University Okada;
Independent Director, Heritage Bank Nigeria; Deputy President
Nigeria Society of International Law; Fellow, Nigeria Association of
Energy Economics (FNAEE).
GABRIEL AGHOGHO EFEMUAYE
Gabriel Aghogho Efemuaye is a lawyer who obtained his LL.B from the
University of Ibadan, Ibadan in 2009 and his B.L from the Nigerian
Law School, Abuja, in 2011. He commenced his legal practice in 2011
and has gained experience in legal drafting and is currently the
General Secretary of the Foundation.
:: Our Mission
Saving Godís Heritage (Children) for A
:: Our Vision
To rescue and foster babies and children
who have been saved from evil cultural practices in some of
the interior villages in Nigeria.
2 To give quality education that will enable
them live well and contribute highly to the
development of our dear nation and the world