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How we started.

NINOS is the Spanish word for CHILDREN. The vision was conceived out of concern for children whose destinies are being truncated due to poverty, uncaring parents, lack of vision/ dream of a better life and lack of infrastructure on the part of government. The foundation was registered in February 2012 as a non governmental organization.

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Model home for destitute children. The vision is to take as many children as possible off the streets and raise them in an atmosphere of love and proper home environment. This will be done in conjunction with the police, state and local governments. They will be sent to school and cared for by in house care-givers. Their potentials and talents will be identified for enhancement. Professional counselors will counsel and monitor them until they are fit to be reinstated/reconciled with their families. The Foundation will also be responsible for their education if the parents cannot afford the cost of education and if need be, the parents will be assisted with skill acquisition or trading capital. We are already collaborating with Lagos state Ministry of Youth, Sports and Social Development through the Correctional home for Boys, Oregun, Ikeja by sponsoring some of their home tracing projects and assisting parents to fulfill bail conditions for their children.


This is in two parts: Training sessions for parents and teachers on child handling. Teaching children to be balanced spiritually, physically, mentally and socially.


We are also into writing and publishing books that build up excellent characters and virtues in children in order to make them add value to the society.

Our Objectives

  • To publish children’s books on character and virtue.
  • To promote reading culture in children for exposure and good command of language.
  • To organize reorientation talks to change children’s values and attitudes.
  • To enlighten parents on sexual and other forms of abuse.
  • To organize parents’ fora in collaboration with churches and schools to guide on proper children upbringing.
  • To set up Friendship clubs for children in neighborhoods.
  • To have a model home for destitute children.
  • To assist indigent families with their children’s education.
  • To guide and correct destitute children and reconcile them with their families where possible
  • To provide counselling for abused children.
  • To liaise with national and international organizations on the development and well being of Children as well as for grants and donations.

Board of Trustees


John A. Ajala

is currently the Managing Director of Abbey Court Trading Company Limited and Helko marine Services Limited. He was a pioneer staff of Ministry of Power and Energy which later became Nigeria National Petroleum Company. He was trained as a petroleum technologist with Comerint Spa and ENI refinery, Italy. He spent 28 years in NNPC before he retired in 2004. He is married to Omowumi and they are blessed with children and grandchildren. He spends his time writing, counselling and developing men.


Olubukola Kolajo

is an Administrator, Author and a member of the Nigeria Institute of Management. She is an alumnus of the prestigious Lagos Business School who started her career in the travel industry where she worked for 20 years before joining another sector of the Transport industry. She is currently the Executive Director of Enterprise Group Limited. She is a lover of children who delights in the total development of children (spiritual, physical, mental, social). Her love for children ministry dates back to her undergraduate days. She had her National Service with the CHILDREN EVANGELISIM MINISTRY. She is the author of the books – CHILDREN OF VIRTUE and THE HARVEST OF TOMORROW. She is married and blessed with biological and spiritual children.


Samuel Kolajo

is an entrepreneur. He started his career with Alpha Associates Ltd as an Investment Executive. He later moved to Financial Equities Limited now Stanbic Securities Limited where he was the pioneer staff. He left in 1993 to set up his own business. He is the Managing Director of ENTRALOG group. His business interests cut across various sectors of the economy. He serves on the board of several companies and is a stakeholder in many business concerns. He is happily married to Olubukola and they are blessed with both biological and spiritual children.


Titilayo Akintemi

is an education consultant. She is a retired Deputy Director Of Federal Ministry Of Education. She is a seasoned educationist with over 30 years experience in teaching and educational administration in various schools such as Queens College,Yaba, Lagos. She is an ordained minister of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God where she is actively involved in teaching ministry. She is a member of Federation Of African Women Educationists and serves as member of Board of some schools. She has a passion for mentoring children and women. She is happily married with children and grandchildren.