i. Seminars have been carried out and still being carried out for secondary, tertiary and post graduate (NYSC) students around the country, among which are:
a. Seminar for all Colleges of Education (Abuja)
b. Seminar for Shekinah Academy (Abia State)
c. Seminar for Emmy Norberton Int’l Schools (Portharcourt)
d. Seminar for Umuagor Community Secondary School (Imo State)
e. Seminar for Ekcela Secondary School (Abia State)
f. RARDUJA Schools Zonal seminar for Osisioma zone, Abia State. Just concluded and you can refer to its publication in SUN Newspaper Wednesday 20th July 2016 or http://sunnewsonline.com/ngo-educates-aba-youths-on-danger-of-illegal-migration/
ii. Sensitization talks on the risks and dangers of illegal migration in churches and youth village meetings among which are
a. Talks for youths in Umuakujuruaka village (Imo State)
b. Talk at Holiness Evangelistic Church, Ngor Okpala (Imo State)
c. Talk at Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Desire of Nations (Abuja), among others.
iii. Seminars for artisans in Lekki (Lagos)
iv. Co-sponsoring youth related programs for talent hunt – BEST OF THE STREETS: ‘From street to fame’ (Lagos)
v. Authoring and publishing a book “Europe A Mission Misunderstood and Human Trafficking”. This book in a story form, speaks on illegal immigration and the consequences. The forward to this book was provided by NAPTIP Nigeria. The book has been assessed and approved by different research councils including Nigeria Education Research & Development Council, Ghana Education Service and Gambia Ministry of Basic & Secondary Education.
vi. Providing no interest micro credit for some Nigerian youths to established or grow a trade. Some of the beneficiaries were:
a. Mr. Ethelbert Inegbu (welder)
b. Miss Oluchi (seamstress)
c. Mr. Ebere Eluchie (commercial driver)
d. Mr. Joseph Egwim (poultry farmer) among other minors.