SOS4 Visit To Igbonine Grammar School

Our recent SOS4 campaign took us to Igbonine Grammar School, Ozoro, and James Welch College, Emevor, in Isoko North, LGA, courtesy of Salimo Wits Foundation and Petra Career Management Resources.

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Notes

This is the best reception we have ever received.

The school rented canopies for the seminar.

All members of staff were on ground to receive us and listen to the lecture.

I spoke to them on Becoming Outstanding and Dangers of Cultism.

The student who gives the most trouble and who doesn’t stay in class came out weeping to accept Jesus as Lord and Saviour. I presented the book I spoke from to him and gave him a big hug; it was a very emotional situation. It was the subject of discussion after we left and I plan to mentor him.

A lot of these children have never experienced love as I noticed in our last trip on Bringing Hope To The Next Generation.

I want to thank Denis Agori who made this arrangement and many other engagements at Ozoro that will keep us busy throughout June. He accomplished this feat in just 5 hours.

I also want to thank Ambassador Raymond Orogun Ugbeh who coordinated our activities at Emevor and Ozoro today.

We want to thank Salimo Wits Foundation for sponsoring this life-transforming program.


We need more partners from different cities and nations alongside Salimo Wits Foundation. You can call us on +2348028258702 or send a mail to drcharlesapoki@gmail.com for more inquiries on partnering in the SOS4 Program.

Remember to pray for us.

God Bless You.

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