Multilevel marketing giant, Healthgarde International, a physical and financial wellness organization owned by Africans for Africa is blazing a new trail this weekend in Abuja, Nigeria as it hosts a high level conference to address domestic violence and gender inequality at sunrise and at sunset, an exclusive awards dinner to celebrate high achievers.
Addressing news men ahead of the confab and dinner, the Chief Executive Officer, Healthgarde, Nneka Lovelyn Nwarueze, said “At Healthgarde International, we are faith-inspired and our goal is to create a thriving direct selling company developed in Africa by Africans for Africa with a mission to make a difference in people’s lives by creating wealth through health.
“So this Saturday May 21 at a highbrow venue in the heart of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Healthgarde is hosting two very important events. First is a no-holds-barred conference where our consultants and distributors will deal with the physical, emotional and legal issues surrounding domestic violence and gender-related inequality. We will be talking business and our speakers are Ogechi Ogbenna Esq and Healthgarde’s top executives” Nwarueze explained.
Shedding more light on the day’s activities, the Johannesburg, South Africa-based Chief Operating Officer of Healthgarde International, Lovelyn Bassey said, “Second is our awards dinner. It’s going to be exciting and colourful. It is our mid-year Healthgarde recognition soiree. We will recognize and reward our top achieving distributors for their hard work and achievements so far this year. We would also officially launch our ‘Travel to South Africa’ incentive, which should truly excite our distributors.”
Healthgarde has an active base of over 12,000 distributors and in Southern Africa, over 20,000 active distributors. Its business network and networth is spread across the United States, Nigeria, South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Ghana and Uganda, and is still growing.
Healthgarde International is led by the female trio of Nwarueze as CEO, Bassey as COO and Isabel Laubscher as MD, Southern Africa. Watch this space next week for the full exciting reports of the confab and dinner.