"SAVAN is unique because out of over
9,000 non-governmental organizations (NGOs), registered by the Corporate
Affairs Commission (CAC) in Nigeria, it is the only NGO that had ever
returned to CAC with a feedback on its operations. This office is
impressed with the goals of SAVAN and would associate with it as a
Alhaji Umaru Faruk Abdullahi.
Former Registrar General, CAC, Abuja.
"SAVAN is the best thing that has
happened in the country vis-a-vis institutionalization of NGOs..."
University of Benin Teaching Hospital
(As Reported by Champion Newspaper, October 11, 1998).
"I was greatly impressed with the
wonderful treatment given to my passengers who were victims of motor
Mr Christopher Unuorah.
The Young Shall Grow Transport Company, Lagos.
"We were opportuned to hear the gospel.
Now I've seen how it is done. We will certainly aid its expansion to the
North. Keep it up."
Dr C.A. Nkanta
National Orthopaedic Hospital, Dala-Kano
"I am really impressed by the magnamity
of mind portrayed by the starters of this program. You need all the
encouragement. I'll be part of this laudable program"
Dr D.I. Ogar
Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee FMC, Makurdi
"SAVAN is an Association that God has
brought into existence to solve the problems of both the rich and the
poor, it must be supported adequately by all and well meaning individuals
to foster its growth and maturity.
SAVAN as I see it, will later become an indispensable tool for human
survival on our highways. A reasonable corporation between the Federal
Road Safety Commission and SAVAN will definitely be ideal for the Nigerian
Dr A.C. Ugwu.
Unit Commander, Federal Road Safety Commission,
(Special Marshal Unit of University of Benin and UBTH).
"SAVAN deserves a National Award. The
government will generously support your programme by donating an
ambulance, 18-seater Hiace Bus, financial support for your training
workshop, using SAVAN to introduce First Aid curriculum in all the schools
in the state and I will certainly pay a reciprocal visit to your SAVAN
office soonest" - Aug. 22nd, 2000.
Chief Lucky Nosakhare Igbinedion
(His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Edo State)