By Aliyu Juwariat, Abuja
World Sustainable Development Goals Organization, WSDGsO, in collaboration with the National Association of Nigerian Widows has honored a Nigerian Professor Lami Amodu, Ph.D., Fnim, Fcipdm, Fimc.
The award’s mini ceremony which was held in Abuja-Nigeria on Tuesday the 2nd of August also had in attendance a Gambian Activist, Ms Fanta Ceesay as a recipient too.
According to the citation of Prof. Lami Amodu, it was told that she was a Director, (B&S Education, FME), Rtd Facilitator, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Chairman/Policy Lead, Global Education Initiative for Women, Youth and Children.
It was further told of her that she is a self-motivated, passionate, hardworking, intelligent, visionary, loyal, and productive educator and civil servant with strong administrative, programme management, procurement, and quality assurance skills. She is a team player with a highly efficient and dynamic work style, attentive to details and gifted with excellent written and oral communication, skillful in research, documentation, evaluation, and Information Communication Technology (ICT).
She is also an author and a recipient of many indigenous and international awards. A Fellow of the Nigeria Institute of Management (FNIM), Fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Public Diplomacy and Management (FCIPDM), Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultant (FIMC), Honorary Professor of Education and Life Peace Ambassador.
Reacting to the award after the event, Her Excellency, Prof. Lami Amodu has this to say, ” Well, today’s event has been a huge success. And I’m not surprised that it is such a huge success given the personality behind it. Prof. Dominic Saro Laka is somebody known for excellence. Passionate about what he believes in.
“So I’m very pleased, and I feel honored. I appreciate the honor done to me by the World Sustainable Development Goals Organization, WSDGsO, and the National Association of Nigerian Widows. I don’t take it for granted at all.
” I see it as a call to greater duty to show more commitment and service to humanity. Particularly the women and SDGs goals”, she added.
The patron of both Organizations, Prof. Dominic Saro Laka while congratulating the recipients charged them to continue the good work pointing out that better days are always ahead.
Earlier, the Global President of, the World Sustainable Development Goals Organization, WSDGsO, Emmanuel Huleji Daudu, tasked the recipients to see the SDGs project as a priority pointing out that the world can be a better place if all of us believe and chat the same direction.
Speaking on the aims, and objectives of the UN-based NGO, he said, the organization’s Vision Statement is to make the world a better place through the instrumentality of the 17 goals of SDGs and to end human trafficking all around the world.
“Our scope is very wide-ranging from No Poverty, Zero hunger, Good health & well-being, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Clean Water and Sanitation, Global Energy Provision, Fair working Conditions, Sustainability infrastructure, Reduce inequality, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Responsible Consumption and Production, Climate Change, Oceans Protection, Stop Environmental Destruction, Peace, Justice, and strong institutions, and Partnerships for the goals.
“World Sustainable Development Goals Organization, WSDGsO, is a global organization that operates within all the UN member nations with the widest scope of duties ever. The International NGO is saddled with the responsibilities of executing the 17 Goals of Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, including ending trafficking.
“Mission Statement: World Sustainable Development Goals Organization is aimed at enhancing comprehensive grassroots achievements of the 17 World Goals of the Sustainable Development Goals and ending human trafficking through its own projects’ execution all around the globe and playing synergy with the governments of the entire UN member Nations from Community, Ward, Local government, State and the Federal governments to ensure that SDGs projects are indeed beneficial to the targeted groups and also Spur governments at all levels of each country, private organizations, and all sundry stakeholders to make the 17 goals of SDGs an implemented priority for a better living on earth for all”, he added.