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say Yes To All My Needs International Foundation (SYTOMN), was launched on 24/03/2018 at Eagle Square, Abuja.

Founder of the foundation, Mr Francis Pember AKA Wakawaka, a Benue born philanthropist from Kwande LGA expressed optimism that his foundation will be able to eradicate poverty in Nigeria in 2018 with the help of donor agencies, world Bank, Central Bank of Nigeria and patriotic well to do individuals.

“Our vision is to build a nation where all Nigerians can access quality healthcare, premium education, affordable housing and have a level playing ground to develop their human capacity and actualize their potentials.

“Our mission is to bridge the ever expanding financial socioeconomic stratification between the rich and the poor, thereby putting a total end to hunger and poverty in Nigeria” Pember said during his public speech.

Wakawaka disclosed to journalists during interview that SYTOMN has given N18.150 Million interest-free loan to 17000 people since inception in 2014.

According to the founder, SYTOMN is a nationwide foundation with coordinators from all the 36 states in Nigeria.

He called on wealthy individuals who may like to return to the society what society has given to them to make their donations through the following banks:

1. Access bank account number: 0767936363.
A/c name; SYTOMN Int’l Foundation.

2. Guarantee Trust Bank
A/c number: 0208820296
A/c name: SYTOMN Int’l Foundation.

Heritage Bank
A/c number: 5100194764
A/c name; SYTOMN Int’l Foundation.

Interested potential beneficiaries are advised to open account with the aforementioned banks to enable them get loans from SYTOMN.

SYTOMN office is located on no. 24 suite 31 Tian plaza,Utako, Abuja.

Key speakers at the occasion including the royal father (Ter) of Logo Local Government Area of Benue state, HRH Chief Jimmy Meeme, representative of the Middle-belt women forum and the Hausa women forum, Hajiya Amina Aliyu and many others in their separate speeches had this to say;

Chief Meeme said “government should revive petroleum industry to help the masses not only to Make profit”

“Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state should encourage people working under him to have extra means of income.

” Financial education and discipline be inculcated in children so that they will grow with it” Meeme in his fatherly words of advice.

Hajiya Aliyu in her good will message said SYTOMN was not meant for the rich, but the poor, the lame, the down trodden and the orphans.

She called on patriotic rich men to come and invest with them.

“Already, about 6000 people have been registered as members of SYTOMN” Amina said.

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