As far as I am concerned, the TARESA Project looks so ready to fly as I've known Kingsley Godwin to be very keen and passionate about women and people living with disability even before the birth of World Impact Development Foundation. I believe the purpose of formalizing his organization was to give allowance for a steady focus.
Kingsley has a resounding pedigree in the area of his submission and I would personally love to work with him anytime any day. Recommending him would be the least of my support to him. I'm an eyewitness to many outreach missions that he's facilitated, and even many more which other organizations had invited him to be a part of due to his experience and aptness.
On the subject of helping people living with disabilities in Nigeria to acquire a special skill that will make them self-reliant resilient entrepreneurs, I believe strongly that this could immediately lower the degree of poverty, especially in Northern Nigeria.
Of course, 33.1% of the population of Africa's largest economy is still considered very much poor. This figure is over 59 million people and 19 million of these, which is about 32.2% are confirmed by the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development in Abuja to be disabled. (https://www.naij.com/679354-number-disabled-nigerians-will-…).
Besides Kingsley's involvement with people living with disabilities, he has also shown great interest in young people whereby pouring out his heart over and again to them in the area of vision and sustainable goal setting. His platform, "Peak Performers" has given vent to so many accomplishment in people who hitherto had no specific bearing; vision and purpose.
We at Create Influence Organization nominated him as one of the most inspiring youth in Africa 2016.
Sincerely, King Otsepa Agu, Founder, Create Influence Organization.