Ex-Beauty Queen, Tomi Salami, Unveils Elite Project

For some years now, Tomi Salami, a former beauty queen and social entrepreneur, has been on a mission of advocacy for clean energy, climate action and environmental protection through her registered not-for-profit organisation, Aurora International Charity Foundation.

Through the Foundation, Tomi has established a solid track record of successfully impacting positively over 30,000 adults, youths and children across the country using various platforms of education, welfare, empowerment and health.

Following the huge successes of her previous projects in Lagos and other states of Nigeria, Tomi is set to unveil another out-of-the-box concept, which would take environmental advocacy to a whole new level in Nigeria and beyond.

On Thursday, May 30, Tomi will be unveiling a new elite project, tagged, ‘Catch Them Young: Environmental Awareness Convention 2024.’ This highly impactful gathering —which aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on Sanitation, Clean Energy, Climate Action and Environmental Protection— targeted at high school students in Lagos, holds at the J.F Ade Ajayi Auditorium, University of Lagos.

According to Tomi, who is the Project Coordinator, Lagos maintains a strong position as one of Africa’s top destinations for business, culture, tourism, politics, entertainment, hospitality, sports and more. Thus, “it is imperative that we engage in activities that creatively and succinctly educate and inspire citizens to become environmentally conscious, thereby fostering a sense of responsibility to our planet.

“Our focus for the ‘Catch Them Young’ campaign is geared towards the highly impressionable younger generation as we strongly believe that pioneering an environmentally conscious foundation for children early in life will bring about far-reaching success that will spread further and last longer thus establishing children as young Environmental Ambassadors for their various communities,” the ex-beauty queen added.The epoch-making environmental convention will include engaging interactive sessions by experts, speakers and stakeholders in the industry, environmental activists, celebrities and major inspirational figures in Nigeria.

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