After three years of absence, former Nigeria’s finance minister, Kemi Adeosun has made public appearance with the launching of a pet project, DashMe foundation.
According to Adeosun, the foundation will see to the empowerment of the orphaned, vulnerable youths, disadvantaged children and people suffering from domestic violence.
The British trained financial manager who took to her Facebook profile on Monday to announced the development, expressed gratitude to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo for gracing the event.
“It is my prayer that the future leaders and partners of our foundation, will reflect on this day as one of a humble beginning that has led to our vision to create a blueprint for sustainable social enterprise and accountability in charitable donations for Africa’s orphaned and vulnerable children, disadvantaged youth, and victims of domestic violence,” Adeosun said.
The Precision NG reports that Mrs Adeosun resigned from the federal executive council on September 14, 2018, after it was discovered that she presented a fake NYSC certificate of exemption.