Nigeria’s Anti-Corruption Awareness Organization solicits support for effective operation
Prince Kola Adeyemi, the Chairman, Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Anti-Corruption Awareness Organization (ACAON) has solicited support from its members and well meaning Nigerians for effective operation of the organisation.
Adeyemi said this in Lagos while announcing the relocation of ACAON National Headquarters office from Igando to Lekki Peninsula in Lagos.
“I’m highly delighted to announce the latest development, that ACAON has been uplifted by the almighty God and with great personalty in the organization to make everything possible.
“We are fully prepared to moved into the Lekki peninsula office while the Igando office and the Federal Secretariat Room 205 in AGODI, GRA of Oyo State remain our National Headquarters Annex respectively.
“I am overwhelmed that our dreams has come true and in my own time as the board of trustees of this organization”.
He, therefore, used the opportunity to solicit support from its members and other well meaning Nigerians for effective operation of the organisation.
“I am using this medium to solicit to member to support the project with materials or cash towards the furnishing of the office as God will continues to bless ACAON and all of its members.
“The long anticipated wishes of ACAON members have come to reality and very soon the official inauguration of the new offices shall be announced to the public,” he added.