KKF Commitment To Humanity, Foster Peace, Celebrates Nigeria At 63, By Cleopatra Eki √√ The Scoper Media 


   The founder of Kirti’s Kare Foundation (KKF), Kirti Sudhanshu, has joined the rest of the Indian community to celebrate Nigeria at 63.
She reaffirmed her commitment to fostering peace and cordial relationship in her quest support Nigeria-India trade.
According to her, “The vibrant nation of Nigeria is joyously celebrating its 63rd year of independence, and the Indian community based here is filled with immense pride to commemorate this significant milestone.”

She expressed her heartfelt appreciation for the opportunity to join in the festivities and strengthen the Indo-Nigeria relationship.

Kirti’s Kare Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to social welfare and community development. The foundation strives to make a positive impact on society by undertaking various initiatives that address critical issues such as education, healthcare, women empowerment, and environmental sustainability. KKF firmly believes in the power of collaboration and aims to build strong relationships across nations for the betterment of humanity.

She pointed out that KKF has always been committed to fostering a deep bond between Nigeria and India, adding that as a testament to this dedication, the foundation has joined hands with 1000 Peace Ambassadors of Nigeria.

“Together, they aim to establish a formidable alliance that will contribute to the growth and prosperity of both nations,” she averred.
In addition, KKF extended its warmest wishes to the founder of 1000 Peace Ambassadors of Nigeria, Ambassador Onuche Kingsley, for their upcoming event on the 7th of October 2023 in Abuja.

“The event, aptly titled “1000 Peace Ambassador,” aims to recruit and onboard individuals who possess a strong sense of public spirit and social consciousness. The cohort will work diligently towards uniting Nigerians for sustainable development, promoting peace and unity, advocating for gender equality, resolving conflicts, and empowering young people and children to actively shape and develop their environment,” she said.

An extraordinary highlight of this event is the recognition of Indian recipients for their exceptional humanitarian services. This marks the first time in Nigeria that Indians have been acknowledged for their selfless contributions to humanity. Kirti Sudhanshu, the founder of KKF, emphasizes that it is the moral responsibility of every individual to make small efforts towards mankind, and she believes that good people and their deeds should always be acknowledged by others who share the same values.
KKF extends its heartfelt blessings to Nigeria on its 63rd independence anniversary. May the nation continue to prosper, and may the Indo-Nigeria relationship flourish in the years to come.

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