Frankfurt University collaborates with Nigerian women Training Center send students for inte

The Covid-19 pandemic that rocked the world prevented the exchange of students between the Frankfort University of Germany and a private organization that rehabilitates and train women in Abuja-Nigeria, Daughters of Abraham Foundation.

Director of the Foundation, Mrs. Margret Bargo told guests at the graduation of their students in Abuja that the students were to come to Nigeria for social work internship for six months before the global lock down.


The Coordinator, NACTAL North Central with the DOAF Director Mrs. Bargo in the center

All pictures courtesy Media Dept. DOAF.

The Daughters of Abraham Foundation, DOAF was founded by wife of the former FCT Minister now Senator, Lt. General Jeremiah Useni, the late Julie Useni in January 1995. Mrs. Useni died in an air crash in 2002 with a son.

Mrs. Bargo also announced that their ladies now sit for Nigeria’s Technical examination of the National Business and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB) and the students are presently in examination hall in their premises.


On the extreme left, Mrs. Lois Maikori; Rev. Dr. Col. Simon Bargo; Director DOAF, Evang. Margret Bargo and Guest Minister, Rev. Eniola Olatunji.


She shared a captivating testimony of a lady sent from abroad to the institution that is in the forefront of gender placement from the International Organization for Migrant (IOM).

According to her, the lady (names withheld) had brain dementia while abroad due to several traumatic experiences.

The lady initially claimed she hailed from Jos but their initial four days agreement for her to stay at the Daughters of Abraham facilities turned to 16 months.

After fervent prayers she could remember she is an indigene of a community in Kaduna South and there was great celebration for their daughter who the community says was missing for eight years.


Guest Minister and CEO, Patmos Media Line, Rev. Eniola OLatunji.


The Guest Minister at the graduation, Senior Pastor of Divine Vessels Assembly, Rev. Eniola Olatunji told the congregation that for anyone to succeed in life like King David, we need the Presence of God for our desires to be fulfilled.

Telling the story of the Sons of the Prophets who needed advancements in 2 kings 6:1-7 Rev Olatunji said the sons of the prophets were united in asking for their Master to be with them and they got their miracles because of his presence.


A Cross section of the Graduands being prayed for by Rev. Olatunji.

He prayed and prophesied for the Graduands to be very successful in life.

Daughters of Abraham graduated 17 ladies age between 17 and 30 years in Fashion Design, Hair Dressing, Home Management and Catering Services. They were also taught mathematics and English apart from Christian Religious Studies.

The number is said to be the highest in 15 years. One of the expected Graduands which would have made it 18 declined to graduate saying she wants to acquire more knowledge.

Patmos Media Line learnt the lady insisted that the policy of The Organization which is to build every student up in Christian doctrine have so much impacted on her that she wants more before she is sent back into the “world”.







3 views0 comments

Social Media

  • White Facebook Icon
  • Instagram

CONTACT

Phone

Email

©Patmos Media Line. 

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now