POWA Poised To Unveil Transformative Empowerment Scheme

President, POWA, Mrs. Queen Elizabeth Egbetokun.

The Police Officers’ Wives Association (POWA) is gearing up to unveil a transformative empowerment scheme spearheaded by its President, Mrs. Queen Elizabeth Egbetokun.

According to a statement Friday, by the Force spokesperson, Muyiwa Adejobi, the empowerment scheme is part of activities marking the POWA annual conference week, slated to take place from the 6th to the 8th of December, 2023.

TheFact Daily learns that the conference is strategically designed to offer members a platform for engagement, collaboration, and empowerment and that Mrs. Egbetokun’s unveiling of the empowerment scheme is expected to be a pivotal moment, marking a commitment to positive change within the community of police officers’ families.

Beyond its ceremonial significance, the conference will address crucial issues affecting police officers’ families, underscoring POWA’s dedication to community building and the overall welfare of its members.

The annual conference week will feature an opening ceremony at the POWA National Secretariat, Mambilla Barracks Asokoro; empowerment and sports at the POWA International School Area 11, Garki, Abuja; and a dinner and awards event at the Space and Function Event Centre, City Park, Wuse 2, Abuja.

The empowerment scheme is a multifaceted initiative aimed at uplifting and supporting POWA members. Activities include skill acquisition programs, capacity-building workshops, and economic empowerment initiatives, all geared towards fostering personal and professional development.

The POWA President, while assuring of the commitment of her administration to community service, reiterates that the conference week serves as a focal point for strengthening community ties and fostering unity among members.

 

 

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