CECP Philanthropists


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CECP Philanthropists’ are financial supporters of the Initiative. Any member of the public may nominate qualified persons or organizations as CECP Philanthropists. The individual philanthropist are known as Centurions while the philanthropic organizations are known as First100Ng.

CENTURIONS AND FIRST100NG OF CECP

- Mr. Jim Ovia, CON – Titanic Centurion

- H.E. Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, Lagos State Governor – Diamond Centurion

- Chief and Mrs. Modupe and Folorunsho Alakija - Diamond Centurion

- Dame Winifred Akpani – Diamond Centurion

- Mr. Tonye Cole – Diamond Centurion

- Chief Kessington Adebutu – Diamond Centurion

- Emmanuel Bishop Okonkwo - Silver Centurion

- Toyota Nigeria Ltd – Silver First100Ng

- Aircom Nigeria Ltd – Bronze First100Ng

- Chief Michael Ikuku - Bronze Centurion

- Naranbhai G. Patel - Bronze Centurion

- Barr Allen Ifechukwu Onyema - Bronze Centurion

- Prof Fabian Ajogwu, SAN – Bronze Centurion

- High Chief Mrs W.A. Awosika – Bronze Centurion

- Chief Mike Inegbese – Bronze Centurion

- Kehinde Durosimi- Etti - Bronze Centurion

- Halogen Security Ltd – Bronze First100Ng

 

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45 Responses to CECP Philanthropists

  1. I am impressed by this initiative. Over the years I have worked as a fundraiser for non governmental organizations and expectedly, I am excited to see corporate bodies coming together for the purpose of philanthropy. I sincerely wish the organization well.

  2. Olugbenga Alomaja says:

    I have been waiting for long for this rare kind of initiative purposefuly dedicated to fight a scourge called cancer. The health and economic implication if not collectivelly checked could rain unimaginable havock in our society. Thanks for this wonderful job. please let me know how i can be part and contribute to this laudable initiative

  3. Alabi Musibau Adekunle says:

    Its great to see great people given an helping hand. I wish one day I would be part of this.

  4. DAVID EMAJEMITE says:

    i wish to be a member of your organization sir, please tell me how to become. thanks

  5. oluwasegun otegbola says:

    I love this, it’s part of God’s wil
    May the lord be your strenght
    Am wishing you guys well
    God bless u all.

  6. sessi bruno says:

    What couse cancer for men

    • Abia Nzelu says:

      Follow us on 99.3 Nigerian Info FM at 8.00 every Friday morning for info on cancer including the causes and prevention. Thanks

  7. lawrita says:

    Am impress, its a good initiative, Am a nurse and.i like to knw if there anyway i cn contribute by joining.

    • Abia Nzelu says:

      Thanks Lawrita. U can become a connector of the CECP-Nigeria. To register as a connector, kindly sms your full name (first name; middle name; surname), and email address to 44777 via any mobile network.

  8. Michael S says:

    Can you kindly forward the address of your office in Abuja Nigeria to me. i am trying to forward a proposal to your office but i don’t know who to address it to.
    i await your swift response.
    Thank you

  9. Frank Ogunrinde says:

    I love you that gring about this program God will bless you, God will help us to help others

  10. olaide zainab abebefe says:

    QUITE IMPRESSED AND WILL LIKE TO KNOW HOW I CAN BE OF VALUE TO THIS GREAT BODY. GOD BLESS YOU!

    • Abia Nzelu says:

      Thanks Olaide. U can become a connector of the CECP-Nigeria. To register as a connector, kindly sms your full name (first name; middle name; surname), and email address to 44777 via any mobile network.

      • Dr Godswill James says:

        Hello Dr. Abia, please what are the roles and contributions as the initiative’s connector?

  11. becky says:

    Thank God at last dis body is a reality,A̶̲̥̅̊♏ so happy abt dis. I will love 2 work wit dis body as a younger 2 help fight dis disease at d teenage an young youth level. I hop dis request will be looked in2 . I will d body success as u carryout ur duties 2 Nigerians. God bless u

    • Abia Nzelu says:

      Thanks Becky. U can become a connector of the CECP-Nigeria. Kindly send your full name (first name; middle name; surname), and email address to 44777 via your mobile phone.

  12. Dear Sir/Ma,
    I always listen to your presentations over the radio especially on
    NigeriaInfo99.3fm.
    I checked up on your website and discovered that one can join as a
    connector by sending the requisite details to 44777 which I have done.

    I wish to be a volunteer/partner with your organisation to create more
    awareness of this killer disease and to also participate in your
    awareness program.

    The level of education among Nigerians with respect to this disease is
    still very low.

    I lost my mother to this disease some 7 years ago.

    So what is the next level for participation? You can please send me
    updates via my email address.

    Will you give us flyers for such education, or what do you have on
    ground already to facilitate this awareness program?

    I also heard about the invitation of either 1,000/10,000 people per
    month depending on one’s choice.

    I am looking forward to your prompt response.

  13. AJAO EBENEZER TAIWO says:

    AM A BIOCHEMISTRY GRADUATE WITH PASSION FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE AGAINST MALIGNANT TUMOUR, AM A FLEXIBLE PERSON WHO LOVE TRAVELLING AND REACHING OUT TO RURAL COMMUNITY, PRESENTLY A MEMBER OR RED CROSS, I WILL LIKE TO BE A PARTNER, AM PRESENTLY IN JOS-PLATEAU STATE. AM REALLY IMPRESS WITH THIS INTIATIVE. HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON.

  14. anonymous says:

    Hello. How can I be a part of this initiative?

  15. I’m very impress,it’s a gud initiative,I’m a graduate waitin for service and I like to knw if there’s anyway I can contribute by been part of ur organization.

  16. chinedu says:

    This is a great initiative. Really happy to see people being selfless instead of selfish. My question goes like this though, how do i join this laudable cause? Can anyone help?

  17. chinedu says:

    Hi,
    Another question, how can i make contributions to this cause?
    Thanks

  18. Dr Godswill James says:

    Hello Dr. Abia Nzelu, please acquaint me more about the role, strength, capabilities and requirements of being a connector with this initiative. Thank you.

  19. morenikeji olumide says:

    Hello ma……this is just what we need in our great country, I would love to be a part of this great movement ma, I would love to volunteer. I would really be glad if my request is granted…Thanks and God bless your effort!

  20. AKAPO, S. A says:

    I’m glad to have been part of today’s programme as a member of Munson choir to have perform along with 2face Idibia in order to propagate the gospel of war and action against the killer disease CANCER. May the good Lord continue to help the initiator and the committee of this laudable project and services for the benefit of mankind. I promise to do all at my disposal to make sure more people contribute in their own little way most especially students and parents of government schools at least by sending one SMS which I c as a little drop of water that will later germinate to a big ocean

  21. Olubunmi says:

    I did send my full names and e-mail address to the short code 44777 on Saturday 7th June, still expecting a response.

  22. adewusi oluwabanke says:

    hi all,

  23. Nuhu Mazai says:

    Hello CECP,

    Please you need to do something about this web site, people have to squint in order to see some of the labels for example in trying to leave this message, the labels, Name, Email etc are “Grey” and the background is grey, its difficult to see. On the left pane, the main headings are white but the listed items under them are also grey.

    this can turn off visitors to the site and we do not want that, we need as many people to visit and to want to be part of this initiative.

    Please make the changes as soon as you can.

  24. Akinmulegun Henry A says:

    Dear Sir/Ma,
    I always listen to your presentations over the radio especially on
    NigeriaInfo99.3fm.
    I checked up on your website and discovered that one can join as a
    connector by sending the requisite details to 44777 which I have done.

    I wish to be a volunteer/partner with your organisation to create more
    awareness of this killer disease and to also participate in your
    awareness program.

    The level of education among Nigerians with respect to this disease is
    still very low.

    I lost my aunty to this disease some 4 years ago.

    So what is the next level for participation? You can please send me
    updates via my email address.

    Will you give us flyers for such education, or what do you have on
    ground already to facilitate this awareness program?

    I also heard about the invitation of either 1,000/10,000 people per
    month depending on one’s choice.

    I am looking forward to your prompt response.

  25. aAbigail Felix says:

    Dear sir, my name is Abigail Felix, more greese to your elbow on the job you all doing. How can I be a volunteer? Hope to hear from you soonest. Thanks

  26. EZEANYA Lois says:

    Hello,

    I love this initiative and would like to be a part of it to render whatever litle support i possibly can.
    I remember how people in the past including me used to ignorantly refer cancer as a white man’s disease. The reality of cancer is better imagined.

  27. Name: Dr Vincent Okeleke-Nezianya says:

    Hello,

    I am impressed with ICPD initaitives – raising CANCER awareness in NIGERIA particularly PROSTRATE CANCER. I will like to raise money for this organisation – over the years i have been raising money for CANCER UK and will like to do the same for ICPD. Can you please provide me with information on fund-raising from outside Nigeria for a Charity in Nigeria.

    Regards

    Vincent

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