AppreciateMe, an indigenous technology firm whose core is centered around celebrating and appreciating people – especially persons who have contributed and those who contribute to the advancement of society through their disciplines or area of concentration – with tangible gifts in cash and vouchers, has called on all Nigerians to join and appreciate renowned Nigerian physicist, Professor P.N Okeke.
The Client Service Manager of AppreciateMe, Vennesa Emonyon, shared these thoughts when she inspired her team to a courtesy visit to Professor P.N. Okeke in his home in Nsukka, Enugu state on Monday, October 31. She said the visit was further buttressed by a social media post that called for people to celebrate deserving icons.
“Appreciation is what we stand for at www.AppreciateMe.me. Our team decided to appreciate Professor Okeke; Nigeria’s renowned Father of Physics and Astronomy, by delivering our gift to him and putting his AppreciateMe link up on our social media platforms for others who have benefited from his wealth of knowledge to do the same through this https://appreciateme.me/apm/PNOkeke platform,” she said.
Vanessa stated that the AppreciateMe platform is for everyone – every single person creating value in all works of life can make a free signup on www.appreciateme.me to be appreciated tangibly just the way the popular singer Davido was reported to have got 200,000,000 million Naira from fans last year for his birthday.
“The choice of using AppreciateMe is beneficial in that it is a service that is focused on getting anyone to be appreciated. It is so easy to use, time conserving and set to deliver appreciation instantly – as soon as a sign up is completed. It can be used to receive cash or gift appreciation from birthdays, celebrations, festivities and even content generation,” she said.
She added that “As we all join hands to appreciate Professor P.N. Okeke in his lifetime, the stage is also set for you, regardless of what you do.
In his remark, Professor Okeke expressed deep appreciation for the gesture and reciprocated by offering the team copies of the latest revised edition of the renown Senior Secondary School Physics that science students dubbed Okeke. The professor also went ahead to clarify that 31st of October is his actual birth date as opposed to the 30th, being circulated online, even on Wikipedia.
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