The entrepreneurial MD/CEO of Big Church Foundation, Dr. Olakunle Churchill just unveiled new ambassadors to champion his charitable vision in Nigeria and across international boundaries.
The unveiling of these new ambassadors is to capture the dying situations in drug abuse, displacement of physically challenged persons, prison welfare and the challenges of widows across the globe. Those unveiled include one of Nigeria's celebrated actors, Ali Nuhu, as Ambassador for the foundation, to champion the fight against drug abuse in Northern Nigeria. As the new face of Big Church Foundation and her fight against drug abuse in Nigeria, the actor is expected to represent the true vision of the campaign and hopefully engage creative activities that will set new agendas for drug addicts and victims of drug abuse. The NGO also unveiled three Super Falcons as Ambassadors of social change across international boundaries. The foundation's vision of reaching out to the whole world has taken a new dimension, as Dr. Olakunle Churchill appointed Ordega Francisca as its Ambassador in the US, for Physically -Challenged persons, Desire Oparanozie for Widow Empowerment in France, and Ngozi Okobi for Prison Welfare in Sweden. Dr. Olakunle Churchill acknowledged the new ambassadors with words of congratulations and urged them to join hands with the foundation by connecting to personalities and professionals from different fields of endeavour to impact lives and improve human welfare.