…unveils D-Peterson Foundation forum
Youths from Ime-Obi communities in Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, has described their illustrious son and President/Founder of D-Peterson Foundation, Dr. Donald Peterson, as a unique leader.
They said this at the formal unveiling ceremony of the D-Peterson Foundation Association in Agbor during the week.
The group led by Mr. Onyibe Chukwuka, had the privilege of hosting their principal, Dr. Peterson who they showered encomiums on following his unprecedented strides in community service.
Mr. Chukwuka in his address affirmed that the association was not a political group but a motivated group to cross-fertilize ideas that could add value to the society, adding that D-Peterson Foundation Initiative was a beacon of hope for them to key into.
We love the vision of Dr. Peterson and we shall give our optimal support through D-Peterson Foundation to enable us build a better society.
Dr. Donald Peterson who was overwhelmed with the show of love, thanked the group for their genuine reasons in unveiling the association through his foundation, adding that their initiative was prove that D-Peterson Foundation was living up to its expectations.
He said that the forum has proved that the youths were becoming responsive to their responsibilities while admonishing that it was going to take sacrifice, doggedness and patient to have their challenges curtailed to its barest minimum.
Some people are proud of their money. But my pride is to “know how”. That means, how to fix things is what I pride myself with, and that is why D-Peterson Foundation is adding value to the society. So, I want to thank you for coming into partnership with D-Peterson Foundation with which you guys even printed T-shirts and was already holding meetings without my knowledge,” he added.
On his part, the Chief of Staff, D-Peterson Foundation, Hon. Agwaze, also thanked the group for their resolve to uphold positive change in the society through D-Peterson Foundation.
He advised them to live up to expectations and ensure that they stay away from crime.