The reigning queens of Face Of Maritime International (FOMI) has flagged off Girls Go-To-Sea Campaign as their pet-project for the 2018 reigning year.
At the flag off ceremony held in Lagos on Wednesday and Thursday, the FOMI queens who visited the Women In ANLCA (WINA) sought the support of the group for the project.
L-R: Queen Kikelomo, FOMI Ambassador, Mr Sylvanus Obasi, FOMI Project Director, and Queen Eniola Sekoni, FOMI Intellectual during the GGOTSEC flag off in Lagos on Wed.
Similarly, the FOMI queens on Thursday visited the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA) and used the occasion to appreciate the group for their support so far on FOMI and asked the group to extend same support on GGOTSEC.
Queen Kikelomo in a group photo with WISTA members as they pledge their support for GGOTSEC
Speaking at both occasions, FOMI Ambassador, Queen Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo said, “The Girls Go-To-Sea Campaign is a catch them young campaign project targeted at Nigerian girls with a view to sensitizing and encouraging more girls to take career opportunities in the maritime industry.
FOMI queens in a group Photograph with members of Women In ANLCA during the GGOTSEC flag off in Lagos on Wed.
“It’s a project we are very passionate about, and we are ready to give our best to ensure the continuity of the project, and its our plan to take the project beyond Lagos to reach the Northern and South – Southern part of the country”,Queen Kikelomo said.
Barr Mrs Obiageli Obi and Barr Mrs Jean Chiazor Anishere pledging support for GGOTSEC
Recall that the Face Of Maritime International is an industry pageant of International standards whose aim is to change the perception that maritime is not only for men.
R-L: Queen Kikelomo, FOMI Ambassador, Hajia Bola Muse, Governor of Women In ANLCA and Queen Eniola Sekoni, FOMI Intellectual during the GGOTSEC flag off in Lagos on Wed.
The reigning queens are Queen Joyce Saviour, FOMI Queen, Queen Asiru-Balogun Kikelomo, FOMI Ambassador, and Queen Eniola Sekoni, FOMI Intellectual. They were crowned in November 2017.