GreaterNorth.org, the website of Greater North Initiative (GNI), finally took its space in the world wide web. GNI is poised to reposition Northern Nigeria.
Today, Wednesday January 27, 2016, marks the day that a new website, GreaterNorth.org, birthed in the webosphere. GreaterNorth.ng, the official website of a non-governmental organisation, Greater North Initiative (GNI), was midwifed by the ICT Team of Memorila.com.
What is Greater North Initiative all About?
According to the organisation’s website, Greater North Initiative (GNI) is duly registered with the corporate affairs commission with its four objectives as “good governance, educational development, social re-orientation and economic empowerment.”
It stated further: “the group being non- governmental, non partisan and open to all northerners is out to mobilize youths to invest their time, energy and intellect in skill acquisition, mass literacy, social re-orientation and strengthening regional bonds to foster unity and peaceful co- existence.
“GNI will interface with government and other interest groups in protecting good family values which the north is known for by using religious bodies, civil society groups, community leaders and elders to rebuild our lost glories.
“The group have identified the critical role Local and State governments in the region will play in harnessing the enormous human resource in our youths which if properly articulated will play a pivotal role in discouraging our youths from falling easy prey in the hands of criminally minded people that engage them in acts of terrorism, banditry and hopelessness.
“GNI is willing to key into and be a partner in progress with the Federal Government in its desire to provide good governance, revamping educational development in the North eastern region, social re-orientation of our youths to tame the menace of terrorism, banditry, cultism, thuggery and other social vices as well as the rebuilding of the North east region that was plagued by insurgency in particular and the North in general.
“GNI has commenced consultations with similar bodies in the Southern part of the Country in areas of mutual interest for collaboration, cooperation and pair review for national cohesion, unity and stability.”
Memorila ICT Project
Recently, the ICT department of Memorila.com began developing and deploying rugged, beautiful, cool and affordable websites for clients. Our lists of clienteles include NationalReview and Barkamart. GreaterNorth has now been added to the long list of satisfied customers.