PRESS RELEASE: Tech company, Vatebra Limited holds the 2nd edition of CSR Walk4Charity Initiative

On the 3rd of May 2019, Tech Company, Vatebra Limited once again rallied support for local orphanage by Walking for Charity. The walk which is part of the organizations yearly CSR event tagged ‘The Vatebra #Walk4Charity initiative” was born out of the need to assuage the burdens of the less privileged and that of the orphanage home.
This year’s walk commenced by 7:00 AM from the Ikate end of Freedom Way Lekki and down to the Life Source Child Development Foundation at Fatai Idowu Arobieke Street off Admiralty road Lekki Phase 1.
The 2019 #Walk4Charity culminated with Vatebra donating several consumables, toiletries and essentials to the LIFE SOURCE CHILD DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION in Lagos. The foundation which was newly founded by Dr. Mrs. Femi Pitan in December 2018 prides itself as one with a goal to touch lives and restore hope.
According to the Deputy Managing Director of Vatebra Limited Mike Aigbe, “the motive behind the initiative is to give back to the vulnerable and the less privileged ones in our society and by walking we also intend to raise awareness to the public about the need to engage in walks as a means of exercise”
Aigbe also stated that by carrying out the second edition of the walk the company has lived up to its promise of institutionalizing the charity initiative. On his part, the Managing Director of Vatebra Limited, Kunle Akinniran praised the foundation for their vision and purposeful direction in helping the orphans and vulnerable ones through parenting and provision of shelter and healthcare.
Vatebra Limited is an ICT company in Africa with competency in the delivery of cutting-edge Software Solutions in the Private and Public Sector. Vatebra was established in 2003 as Fleet Technologies Limited in order to bridge the gap in the provision of competent and dependable Software Solutions in Africa.

This press release was issued on the 6th of May as a PR/Communications activity to announce the CSR initiative. It was also syndicated across blogs and news sites.