SAGA Foundation, an initiative aimed at eradicating poverty in Nigeria and African Communities, has been launched. The scheme was unveiled in Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria, on Friday.
SAGA Foundation founded during the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic, according to the founder, Ambassador Shola Agboola, continues with the ongoing distribution of free of charge Covid-9 relief supplies to widows, mothers, children, the disabled and needy throughout the most needy communities in Osun State parts of Nigeria in April 2020.
SAGA Foundation’s primary mission, we gathered, is to overcome poverty in Nigeria and African Communities by promoting access to quality education and fighting for social and economic justice for a more prosperous society.
This is occasioned by Agboola’s appointment as a goodwill ambassador by Five Points Youths Foundation in the United States and subsequent recommendation to the United Nations Global Compact Network. SAGA foundation was officially granted the permission to inaugurate it’s UNGC team in Nigeria and began work immediately.
SAGA Foundation is committed to a strategic alliance collaboration with the Edfu Foundation, Five Points Youths Foundation and Revelations TV in the United States of America and WHOPE organization for researching, identifying, establishing, monitoring and managing local, regional, national and international socio-economic development projects for the betterment of humankind.
“We are dedicated to expanding, stabilizing and operationalizing the United Nations Global Compact Local Network Infrastructure to “glocalize” Agendas 2063 and 2030 during the United Nations Decade of Action on the SDGs,” Agboola Declares.