Queen of defunct Rivers State College of Arts & Science in the year 1999/2000, Nice Alamieyesigha, has flagged off multi-million naira orphanage home site layout on her 40th birthday to impact the life of the downtrodden across Niger Delta regions.
Alamieyesigha who celebrates her birthday very often in orphanage homes said her background influenced her in making such selfless decisions.
“I grew up to see a society in need of change; a very important factor we all have to contribute. I saw the world at a crossroad, especially the Niger Delta communities, ravaged by neglect and poverty.
“I grew up to see that we are at a critical time in the history of our nation and world where one should see the next child as your own, otherwise we perish together when the crisis will start. I feel we are all one brought together by God to assist one another, and any attempt to reshape our lives must be a collective responsibility. So I must say, the successes we have recorded as NGOs is a result of our readiness for change”, said the Beauty Queen.
Alamieyesigha further said that the proposed orphanage home for the people of Isiokpo Ancient Kingdom in Ikwerre LGA, Rivers State was a selfless act that was inherent from within.
“As a Child, I saw my Beloved & Beautiful Mother cater voluntarily for the less privileged on the streets, teenage Mother’s, Widows and Orphans. So yes, it will be right to say I bore my inspiration from her Ngozi Amadiwochi.
“Saturday September 11th was my Official flag-off/foundation laying ceremony, site layout, Niger Delta Development trust fund & Fundraising for the First Indigenous private owned orphanage home that would be ran in every Niger Delta state, other states within Nigeria and gradually spread it into other African countries.
“September 11th, 2021 will remain indelible in my heart as it coincided with my 40th birthday and my 16th year Anniversary as a Humanitarian advocates for the less privileged, and women” said Alamieyesigha.
She also said Funding her NGO hasn’t been an easy task but Despite the low points when they are in need of finance, her high points still remains her love & passion for Humanity, which has made her to surmount many challenges bedeveling her vision.
“Our vision is clear, to create and seize every available opportunity to rescue the rejected stones, and irokos to achieve their dreams, and stand up on their own in the future as the chief corner stones.
“Our mission is to create meaningful impact to the down trodden in the society, especially giving hope for the hopeless and aspiration to those who have missed direction in life.
“Our goal is to make sure the voiceless is heard, the talented rejuvenated, and dreams achieved.
“The Nice Esther Alamieyeseigha Rescue Initiative is a mother NGO that has given birth to do many children. For instance, Dorcas for all Foundation, Nice Esther Orphanage home for destitute, Nice Esther for all Foundation, Iroko Restoration Initiative, Nice Esther Support Initiative ( Forum for Widows of Ikwerre Ethnic Nationality)” she added.
Alamieyesigha said “My advice for the downtrodden is that they should be resilient when life situation hits them. There is no challenges that is in insurmountable, have hope over fear, there is always light at the end of the tunnel”.