(R-L) President and Founder, Special Education Collaborative Outreach (SECO), Mrs. Imuetinyan Okwueze, parent of cerebral palsy patient, Mr. Muyiwa Odu, Director of Operations, SECO, Mr. Jesse Short pose with Gbemisola Ojumu (in wheel Chair) during the Annual Activity Fair and Inclusion Awareness Campaign.
(L-R) Director of Operations, SECO, Mr. Jesse Short, Founder/ President, African Children Talent Discovery Foundation (ACTDF), Engr. Noah Dallaji, President/Founder of SECO, Mrs. Imuetinyan Okwueze, Nigerian economist and politician, Chief Martin Agbaso and Mr. Bolaji Audu, during the program.
(L-R) President/Founder of SECO, Mrs. Imuetinyan Okwueze, Director, Monitoring, Evaluation and Orientation, LASODA, Oguntoye Akintunde Oyewole, Assistant Director in Charge of Medical Rehabilitation, Mobility Aids and Appliances, LASODA, Mrs. Adesina Christiana Aina, Director of Operations, SECO, Mr. Jesse Short and Director, LASODA, Mrs. Omolade Sonubi at the event.
President and Founder of SECO, Mrs. Imuetinyan Okwueze (middle) pose with the blind during their presentation.
(From back row) Director of Operations, SECO, Mr. Jesse Short, Mr. Gbemisola Ojumu, President/ Founder of SECO, Mrs. Imuetinyan Okwueze and others pose with Cerebral Palsy group.
(L-R) Uri Ngozichukwuka from Empathy Driven Women International Initiative (EDWIIN), Director, Social Development and Integration, LASODA, Mr. Kelani Akeem Tolu, President/Founder SECO, Mrs. Imuetinyan Okwueze and Director, Monitoring, Evaluation and Orientation, LASODA, Oguntoye Akintunde Oyewole at the program.
The Special Education Collaborative Outreach (SECO) held its Annual Activity Fair and Inclusion Awareness Campaign in Lagos, Nigeria on Saturday, June 19, 2021.
The program, which had as theme, “Promoting Empathy not Sympathy, Empowerment not Handouts, Duplicating the Best of Ourselves in Others,” took place at the Adeyemi Bero Hall, Alausa Ikeja Lagos Nigeria.
Pictures by CHINYERE IKEANYI show some of those who graced the well attended event.
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