Liftforafrica And National Orientation Agency (NOA) Move To Enhance Education In Imo State Nigeria.

Ezeani Chiemezie

Ezeani Chiemezie

Executive Director

Passionate about change, economic growth & social development. Ezeani Chiemezie is the founder and Executive Director of LIFT4Africa. A sport lover with the philosophy "The we can"


Vocational education has been described as essential training to inculcate skills on students in order to be self-reliant after graduation.


The founder and executive director Life Transformation For African Initiative (LiftforAfrica) Mr Chiemezie Ezeani made the statement during their courtesy visit to National Orientation Agency Owerri secretariat Monday.

He pointed out that members of the organization are mainly professionals who volunteered to render selfless service to their immediate society.

“LiftforAfrica was able to carryout free medical test on blood- sugar and diabetes during the world health Day at Ideato North, we also organize career and mentorship programme primary and secondary school students among others.

LiftforAfrica are also into advocacy for good governance and quality education, as well for people who were illegally detained without trial.

He also noted that NOA is a recognized government agency known for creating awareness and promoting education hence their resolve to pay a courtesy call to NOA to ascertain how best they can lias to enhance education in the state stressing that the organization is self funding for now.

In his response, the state Director National Orientation Agency Mr Vitus Ekeoha posited that their goal is for mankind to be developed adding that part of their duty is to connect them with other organizations that share the same objective.

However, he commended the LiftforAfrica for their courage and humanitarian services in the society saying that NOA can partner well with them in the area of education.

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