By Joy Umukoro
In order to empower members to become financially independent, Global Help Integrated Alliance Limited recently rewarded diligent members with cars and the launch of Global Net Fund.
The Chief Executive Officer of Global Help Integrated Alliance, Mrs. Eunice Ocheja, said the company was seeking to empower members with skills and open up multiple streams of income through a robust compensation plan.
Mrs. Ocheja, who spoke at the Awka Hall, Festac venue of the event, explained that the car gifts were given to hardworking members, who had undergone two months comprehensive training on skills like bead making, beauty make-over, soap making, computer training.
“We also train them on how to use the social media through network marketing that most organizations are using in this 21st century to grow their business and become wealth creators.
The Global Net Fund is the local esusu where people save collectively, with packages ranging from between N5,000 and N10,000, and with a turnover of over 410% within a month, she explained.
The chairman on the occasion and a Senior Special Adviser to the Anambra State Governor, Mr. Owelle Mbaso, urged guests to embrace the business in order to improve their standard of living in the midst of economic recession.
Corroborating him, the Secretary General of the Nigerian Olympic Committee, Mr. Tunde Popoola, commended the company for reducing the poverty level and unemployment rate in the country through its skill acquisition programme.
One of the winners, Mrs. Kate Stephen, who spoke to Daily Sun, thanked the company for making her a proud car owner, adding that she had also been empowered with skills that have made her financially independent.
Other winners like Ekaette Nsikak, Ifeoma Humphrey and Bognet D.A praised the company for touching their lives positively.
The event also featured the unveiling of Global Network Coin, presentation of cheques and certificates to deserving winners and members, among others.