From left: Member of Ample Life Foundation and Car Prize Winner, Mrs. Urefe Happiness Chifum; Member/Car Prize Winner, Mr. Onoja Clement; the President/CEO of the foundation, Barr. Janet Alonge and Member/Car Prize Winner, Mr. Idenedo Ambrose; at the Ample Life Foundation Car Incentive Award, yesterday in Ikeja, Lagos.
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Chuks Udo Okonta
Ample Life Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) has rewarded three hardworking members with a car gift each worth N3 million while four other members won a trip to Dubai.
20 other members also won various prizes ranging from Electric Kettle, Plasma Television, Deep Freezer, Sandwich Maker, Gift Packs, among others, while some were given recognition plague for their consistent support and dedication to the mission of the foundation.
They were all rewarded for their dedication and hard work in the firm’s Multi-Level Network Marketing business.
Speaking at the Ample Life Foundation Car Incentive Award, yesterday in Ikeja, Lagos, the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NGO, Barr. Janet Alonge, said the beneficiaries were rewarded for introducing new members to the networking business, stating that the value of prizes won depends on the level a member is on the networking platform. She said, with a minimum of N5,000, anybody can become a member, urging non-members to take advantage of this scheme and become financially independent.
She noted that people are rewarded when they bring in new members in the scheme, adding that the platform has encouraged a lot of people to save on their own and has made them to be self employed, creates wealth by earning sustained income, thereby, reducing unemployment and poverty in the society.
Unlike other multi-network marketing, she said, this one is an NGO that is self-sustaining, as it generates money from other services rendered to support the marketing network.
She pointed out that the foundation processes Canadian visa for interested members who wish to work and study abroad, stating that , some of the foundation members are now studying and working in Canada.
She said, so many people want to travel abroad for study or work but cannot afford it, saying, the foundation, would assist them to meet up the financial needs of their dream trip abroad.
Moreover, she stressed that Ample Life Foundation gives Business Fund Assistance, provides Managerial and Leadership Training, gives Free Medical, Scholarships, Legal Aids, stating that, these are services that each subscriber is entitled to as he or she grows through the ranks of this multi-level network marketing.
From left: Member of Ample Life Foundation and Car Prize Winner, Onoja Clement; Member/Car Prize Winner, Idenedo Ambrose; the President/CEO of the foundation, Barr. Janet Alonge and Member/Car Prize Winner, Mrs. Urefe Happiness Chifum; at the Ample Life Foundation Car Incentive Award yesterday in Ikeja, Lagos.
One of the beneficiaries of the car gift, Onoja Clement, said, he was elated to have won a Honda Car worth N3 Million, stating that, this is a testimony that the multi-level marketing scheme of the foundation is not a scam.
He said the NGO is planning to extend to other countries beyond Nigeria, noting that, Ample Life is already in existence in Cotonou, Cot’ devoir, and trying to set up in South Africa and presently working on its United States unit.
He said, the multi-marketing scheme of the foundation has allowed some people to benefit from different vocational trainings, stating that, he was one of the beneficiaries of the training, and that today, he is now a Producer, while others have now registered their respective companies with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and are doing well in their respective fields of endeavour.
“Ample Life is a foundation, we are not a scam. Though we run a multi-level marketing scheme, we are also a foundation. We believe in charity.
We have been in existence for barely three years and we are doing this, which is a testimony of how effective we have been in those years. We expect the foundation to be here for many more years to come and continue to financially impact the lives of Nigerians,” he said.