NKIRU Esther - World Food Program Staff.
As a staff at United Nations World Food Program. My constant visit to the IDP camps in the real remote areas in North East to provide food aid pioneered by WFP to internally displaced people and vulnerable individuals affected by violence is always a sad experience for me. These displaced people have fled not just to other parts of Africa’s most populous country but also to neighboring states in which their survival is not guaranteed. There are over 10,000 people in a camp alone. People have been here for five years. Hence life is so tough. I call on all Nigerians to please use DataBanter to reach out to the IDPs. No amount is too small considering the platform has come to encourage those with little contributions and I believe everyone contributing will end up benefitting one or two things from the community. It’s just a welcome development to better the lives of individuals with priority to the poor. Your airtime can b used to save lives. I am happy to be part of this community doing great work. Together we can save a lot of lives and say no to hunger and starvation.
ANIFOWOSE Oluwaseun – National Coordinator Youth Contributions to Society.
As the national coordinator of youth contributions society, I am pleased that my members have joined DataBanter elite community for having same goals and objectives. Raising funds from for our cause hasn’t been easy. When I brought my team and members into the game,we were able to raise funds from airtime donations from the community members. We have been able to carry out our street kitchen programme for the vulnerable in the city of Ibadan and our next plan is to spread our tentacles across the region with the help of my team. I congratulate any social change makers for having such a smart idea that will help them quickly get funds for their social work. Well-done databanter guys for this.
Adesina Babatunde - Lagos
“After several attempts, submitting my CV on various recruitment companies, I finally joined this community through a friend and I have seen various elite doing good, upon signing up and with my little airtime donation to sponsor the feeding of the poor around me, I was able to get a job through an HR that happens to be a member of the community. Databanter is not just a community, it’s a family and my story has changed ever since I joined with various opportunities the community is giving out through its members, I have risen in the ranks from a job seeker to a job provider also with the skills I have learnt from the various SME’s programmes that are outlined in Databanter. This is a beautiful community to join and I would be forever grateful for the opportunity given to me”.