Tricia Esiegbe Kerry partners Nigerian Police Force on The Psychologist

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The fight against child sexual abuse and molestation achieved an historic partnership with Tricia Eseigbe’s latest advocacy project  THE PSYCHOLOGIST –  a public awareness campaign project  on Child Sexual Abuse, Which is designed to expose sexual predators within Nigeria and also to create a support platform for victims of child molestation and to get the Authorities to do more in supporting our children. 

The Inspector-General of Police, MD Abubakar, represented The Nigeria Police Force and Tricia Eseigbe Kerry represented The Psychologist team during the partnership announcement meeting at The Nigeria Police Force head quarters, Louis Edet House, Area 11, Garki, Abuja.

The Inspector-General of Police, MD Abubakar applauded The Boldfaces International team for such a wonderful project and its mission to fight against child sexual offenders within our communities, he instructed all 36 state commissioners of police and 12 DIG’s to work closely and give all the necessary support to The Psychologist team nationwide.

During the event, The IGP was presented with Boldfaces special award of excellence, for his immaculate work since assumption of office, he has worked tirelessly to reposition the Nigerian Police and to restore public confidence in the Force, a similar award was presented to Austin JayJay  Okocha in 2008 when he retired from playing football.

The Psychologist-  On The Move, with this partnership is set to launch its planned  celebrity Road show campaign and also will visit schools nationwide, and hold town hall meetings in every state across Nigeria to Educate our people about ways to protect our young and vulnerable children from sexual abuse.

2 Comments

  1. chuks

    March 26, 2014 at 4:00 PM

    This is a brilliant idea.big ups to the I.g and tricia.2many cases of child sex abuse in nig.

  2. vivien

    March 26, 2014 at 4:01 PM

    Brilliant idea.thank u tricia and md abubakar for this noble fight.God bless u.there re too many cases of child sex abuse all over the country.

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