History

Oghenekevwe Michael Sejebor (OMS) Foundation is a charitable, humanitarian, and non-governmental organization established in 2016, in memory of Master Micheal Sejebor who was murdered in South Africa in 2015 at the tender age of 29. He was a Charismatic young man who dedicated his life to advocating for innovative ways to support the less privileged.

The Foundation is dedicated to providing educational support services, policy advocacy and a home for the less-privileged children and youths in the society and the world at large. Since its establishment, the Foundation has offered a number of scholarships and made nutritional, educational, material donations to orphanages.

In other to further enrich the lives of the less privileged children; we are setting up an orphanage located along the Ibeju-Lekki Expressway.

Our Vision

To eradicate poverty and violent crimes through the provision of quality education, vocational skills and shelter for the less privileged children and violent youths in the society.

Our Mission

  • To improve the living standard of the less privileged in the society through education and shelter.
  • To raise responsible children /youths through quality education and shelter.
  • To empower and educate children/youths towards nation building/a peaceful world through the provision of quality education.
  • To improve the quality of life of humans through the empowerment of children and youth with quality education

Core Values

Our core operating values are our fundamental values. They articulate the ideals that the Foundation aspires to hold itself accountable for and offer guidance about how the organization behaves in pursuing its vision and mission in all its dealings with the society at large.

Diligence: Our aim is to provide selfless service and high impact programs that positively affect the society. We eschew any quest for personal gains in the dealings of the Foundation.

Integrity: We ensure uprightness in all our services, approaches, transactions and interactions.

Accountability: The Foundation has the highest level of integrity in its administrative service and outreach activities; we tie these activities directly to our mission, and we maintain and report our records accurately.

Credibility: The Foundation shall continue to aspire to ensure a high level of credibility in all its activities, as this builds trust and confidence among donors and prospective donors, which not only strengthens staff morale but also enables the Foundation to garner resources to be more effective in its programs and projects.

Program Beneficary

Children & Youths: They are abandoned, orphaned, vulnerable, malnourished, financially redundant and unemployed.

Family: The families of the children and youths impacted positively by our programs.

Community: These include less privileged communities where our programs are executed.