5 Years On….With Fond Remembrance
Today, with fond thoughts, warm memories and deep sadness, we remember three (3) members of the FATE Foundation family we lost five (5) years ago.
Tosin headed our Business & Alumni Support Services unit at FATE Foundation. Her passion and devotion to support the growth and development of our Alumni and their businesses was very crucial to a lot of successes that most FATE businesses enjoyed then and till date. Tosin’s innovation and work excellence made an immense impact to our work at FATE Foundation and she left behind a huge gap in the FATE Family. Her strong belief in the potential of Nigerian entrepreneurs made her initiate and champion a great number of our successful enterprise support programs and initiatives that enabled several entrepreneurs within and outside FATE win ground breaking awards. She will always be remembered as an advocate for entrepreneurship and enterprise development in Nigeria with a heart for people.
Chris was an Alumnus of FATE Foundation and also a Volunteer Consultant. A Senior Partner and Co-Founder of Thotline Consulting, he received the FATE Outstanding Volunteer Award in 2011. He gave his time, experience and resources to provide knowledge and advisory support to our aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs across the Country. He is fondly remembered for his wavering support and commitment to small and growing businesses.
Charles was an invaluable volunteer Consultant and Faculty member. He was the CEO of Hitwew Limited and with a very friendly demeanour, he supported a lot of our small and growing business owners start and run their businesses. He was also the author of a business workbook titled, What’s in your Hands, a practical guide on how to start a business from the scratch.
Today and always, we miss these beautiful souls. We appreciate their lives and continue to pray that God will keep the families and loved ones left behind.
[hr height=”30″ style=”default” line=”default” themecolor=”1″] Adenike Adeyemi
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