Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko and his Team have arrived from Cape Town in South Africa from the Antarctica Expedition to create awareness on the Malaria Eradication Project in Africa. He was received today in at the Cape Town Airport by his family, development partners and representatives of Prince Ned Nwoko Foundation, the frontliners of the project in Africa.
On his arrival, Prince Ned Nwoko expressed concise felicitations to the Armed forces as they celebrate the Armed Forces Remembrance day coinciding with the World war II veterans in the British Commonwealth of Nations. He also assured Africans that the Antarctica expedition has created viable channels and blueprints in the war against the scourge of malaria in Africa.
He further noted that it was a great moment interacting with like minds on how to take the malaria challenge in Africa. In his words, he says, “I returned from my trip to Antarctica, where I visited South Pole, to create awareness on the eradication of Malaria in Africa. It was indeed a great moment interacting with people of like minds, on how to tackle the deadly scourge of Malaria.”
While expressing optimism on the prospects of his trip to the Antarctica, the Nigerian Politician is hopeful that in a short while Malaria will become history in Africa. As a humanitarian and the founder of Prince Ned Nwoko Foundation, he has continued to reinforce commitments to improving humanity, especially with the recent Malaria Eradication Project In Africa.
Recently, Prince Ned Nwoko Foundation partnered with the Nigeria Defence Headquarters to support the armed forces. He actually made significant contribution to the success of the “Tribute to our Troops, The Unsung Heroes Concert”, which was organized by the Nigeria Defense Headquarters and 360 Degree Entertainment. He also donated his private Jet for personnel and celebrities who visited Maiduguri to entertain the Nigeria military troop who are at the forefront of the deadly war against insurgency in Nigeria