People came from all walks of life to attend the formal launch of the Esther Ajayi Foundation in St. Kitts & Nevis a Country in the Caribbean. The small island witnessed an unprecedented influx of people on Monday April 8, 2019.
The Esther Ajayi foundation was founded by the globally acclaimed preacher and philanthropist, Iya Adura Reverend Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi with the mandate to alleviate poverty, provide shelter to the homeless, give hope to the underprivileged, and stretch out a hand to those in need of a second chance. The foundation has also been launched in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Turkey, Israel, USA, and London. Many humanitarian and nonprofit organizations based in St Kitts & Nevis received grants from the Foundation at the launch to enable them to carry out their humanitarian projects.
The event which held at Marriot Hotel at Frigate St. Kitts & Nevis, attracted a lot of dignitaries including the founder of Esther Ajayi Foundation, Rev. Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi, her dynamic husband, Rev. Dr. Ademuyiwa Ajayi, members of their family including Ayodeji and his beautiful wife Tinu, Olawunmi, Simi, Olamide, and Biodun. The Premier of Nevis and foreign minister of St. Kitts & Nevis, Hon. Mark Brantley, media guru, Bashorun Dele Momodu of Ovation, Attoney Christopher Omoruyi, Amb. Temitope Omotayo of Wazobia Global Media, publishers of Wazobia Global Times Newspaper and WGT Magazine, Professor Sanni of Moses Orimolade University, Major Kayode Sutton, leadership of Nigerian Students Community at Windsor University of Medicine led by Ebuka Agwunobi, Apostle & Mrs. Ayedun, members of Love of Christ Church worldwide attended the event and many other distinguished personalities from all over the world.
The highlights of the occasion were the unveiling of a painting in honor of Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi by the Premier of Nevis and St. Kitts & Nevis’s Foreign Minister, Hon. Mark Brantley as well as the surprise birthday celebration in her honor.
The event lived up to its billing as there was enough to eat and drink, the guests danced well into the night. Rev. Mother Ajayi in her welcome address charged people to be their brother’s keeper by embracing giving which can be done in many ways. She added that nothing is too much to give back with a view to reciprocating the gesture of the country which offered her citizenship.
The event will remain evergreen in the minds of attendees and the beneficiaries of the grants.