Kakalistiq.com reports that Epe, Lagos State, on October 17, 2023, witnessed an insightful and impactful seminar as the Concerned Nationbuilders Initiative (CNI), a reputable non-profit organization, joined forces with Greenworld Organic Products Company to sensitize participants on the vital importance of health awareness. Simultaneously, the platform also provided an avenue for attendees to explore opportunities in the business of sales and delivery of organic products for wealth creation.
The program attracted a diverse audience, reflecting the rich tapestry of the Epe Division. The seminar was graced by an array of distinguished guests, including High Chief Talabi JP, representing the Alara of Ilara Kingdom, HRM Oba Dr. Olukayode Olufolarin Ogunsanwo, councilor chiefs, Baales, and the Alara-in-Council Baales and Chiefs.
The event’s agenda was extensive and captivating, offering a wealth of insights and guidance to the participants. Mrs. Funmilola Ayodele, a distinguished member of the Green World Diamond Club, added her valuable perspective to the discussion.
While the program kicked off with an opening prayer led by Mrs. Gbolasure, setting a tone of spiritual reflection and appreciation, one of the seminar’s most significant highlights was the introduction of Green World to the Epe community.
Mr. Idris Tele-Olukoya, the Director General of CNI, commenced the program, using the defining moment to embark on a comprehensive overview of the significance of the partnership between Green World and CNI, emphasizing its core values and commitment to promoting a healthier lifestyle for all and wealth creation opportunities.
Mr. Rasak Musa, the CNI Coordinator, provided valuable insights into the various remarkable activities of the Concerned NationBuilders Initiative, offering attendees an understanding of the organization’s mission and vision in the Epe Division.
Further underscoring the importance of health, Mr. Jack, the manager of Green World, delivered a welcoming speech, advocating for better health and wellness within the community. This message was echoed by Mr. Ibrahim, who represented him.
The seminar featured a line-up of guest speakers who left a lasting impact on the audience. Mr. Jelili took the stage to share the birth of Green World in Nigeria and his personal success story. In just 20 minutes, he left attendees inspired and motivated to explore health and business opportunities.
Mrs. Anne showcased Green World’s range of products and demonstrated their efficacy in a succinct 10-minute presentation. The audience gained valuable insights into the potential benefits of these organic products.
Testimonies poured in as part of the seminar, with Mrs. Ogunsina sharing her experiences with the products, highlighting their transformative impact on her life.
Mr. Tochukwu, another guest speaker, provided valuable insights into the Green World business model, offering guidance on how individuals could actively participate in this thriving industry.
The interactive session featured a dynamic exchange of questions and answers, allowing attendees to delve deeper into the topics discussed. The seminar took a strategic turn with a discussion on the compensation plan and a call for registration, led by Madam Funmi. Her presentation provided an excellent opportunity for attendees to consider the potential of joining the Green World business venture.
As a gesture of appreciation, participants were treated to a distribution of gifts, creating a sense of camaraderie and gratitude among all who attended.
In his closing remarks, Mr. Idris Tele-Olukoya encapsulated the essence of the seminar, emphasizing the dual importance of health awareness and economic opportunities. The event concluded with a heartfelt vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all who contributed to the seminar’s success.
The seminar organized by the Concerned Nationbuilders Initiative in collaboration with Greenworld stands as a testament to the growing awareness of health and wellness in the Epe community and the drive to create prosperous business opportunities for its people.