ADF Will Continue to Defend Rights of Migrants-ADF Chairperson
The Chairperson of ADF has promised that the organization will continue to defend the rights of migrants in South Africa. Marc Gbaffou was speaking at the end of year party for the organization December 12, 2015. “We appreciate commitment of members in 2015,a year worth remembering. We were up to the challenges. Even if we are seen by some officials as troublesome orgnanisation, we have to help continue defending rights of Migrants,” he said.
He also appreciated the support of CCFD-Terre Solidaire and French Embassy which supported the ADF in 2015. Gbaffou announce the relocation of ADF offices from its present site to 9 Harley Street, Cnr Old Harrow Rd, still in Yeoville and also the creation of the ADF Women’s league, beginning 2016.
Senior ADF member Jason Osuafor encouraged members to keep the steam given that people all over the world visit Mzansi just to know more about ADF. He called for exchange of information among members so as to avoid any lapses.
ADF’s acting Head of Communication Johnson Emeka said there would be restructuring of ADF in 2016 and appreciated the fast pace at which the ADF was growing and said the organization has stretched up to Malawi. ADF’s team support staff Cyprian Ekani raised some technical issues for ADF members visibility and identification while working on the ground.
Many ADF's members took part in the celebrations of the end of year party.