Our partnership with The Real Picture Project continues to yield positive results as we just conducted an exceedingly productive meeting with the Returnee Migrant Group our NGO – Conflict Resolution and Migration Awareness Initiative (CRAMAI) recently established in Abuja, Nigeria.
Following the recent meeting of The Real Picture Team, which was held in Ljubljana Slovenia, one of the immediate steps CRAMAI successfully took was to create three (3) Returnee Migrant Groups in Abuja, Lagos and Benin City with each group having at least ten (10) members.
Consequently, on 6th November 2019, Sir Dr. Emmanuel Brasca Udo Ifeadi held an elaborate meeting with the Returnee Migrant Group in Abuja. During his presentation, he educated member of the group about the advantages and benefits they would derive by keying into the robust entrepreneurial Programme of The Real Picture Project.
The audience were all emotionally fired up and vouched to be part of CRAMAI’s forward match towards creating a better and sustainability status for Returnee Migrants in Nigeria.
The CRAMAI team are positivity propelled to effectively utilise the opportunities, partnership with The Real Picture Project offers for the benefit of members of the Migrant Groups. They also aim to educate the public and members of the three (3) Migrant Groups in Abuja, Lagos and Benin City on all perspectives of Regular Migration; the awful risk of migrating illegally through the dangerous Sahara Desert, the Libyan death traps and the morbid Mediterranean Sea beds.
As we get set for our upcoming meeting scheduled to hold on 26th November, 2019 in Lagos State Nigeria, stay tuned to our website and media outlets for full insight on CRAMAI’s upcoming enriching activities.