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Helen Oritsejafor

12 Oct
A non-governmental organisation, ‘Dr. Helen, a Hand to the Needy Foundation’, has expended over N5 million to empower 200 widows and over 300 market women in Warri, Delta State.
11 May
A good cause organisation, has provided financial support to small and medium scale entrepreneurs (SMEs).
2 Dec 2018
Pastor (Mrs.) Helen Oritsejafor is wife of former president of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), and founder of Word of Life Bible Church, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor. She described marriage as an investment that would build great homes. She urged single ladies to deemphasise money or wealth, when choosing future partners. Speaking during the signing ceremony…
6 Nov 2018
Chief executives and top business owners, who gathered recently at the third edition of the CEOs mentorship class in Warri, Delta State, canvassed on diversification as path to economic growth.
19 Jul 2018
The CEO Company located in Warri, Delta State recently held its second edition of mentorship class, where paths to managing a successful business career was shown to participants.

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