International Leadership and Business Summit Team:
Gandhi Security Business
Our Life-Changing Project
1. Communication System
2. Team Building and Strategies
3. Crowd Control
Our Business Partner: JAFI Security Guards
Story of the business
Jafi Security Guard Limited came into existence in order to carry out business of security firms of providing physical protection of person and properties. It is fully registered with cooperate affairs commission on the 15th March, 2007 with RC: 684890 and licensed by Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp with license No: NSCDC/PG/009/150 to operate private guard company. The company commence operation on the 1st July, 2007 in University of Maiduguri with 75 personnel after been awarded contract for security services by the university authority. Currently, the company having been successful in its business is now operating with 500 personnel at different locations across the nation.
About The Owner Abubakar Isa
Abubakar founded JAFI Security Guards to help protect the people of Maiduguri from Boko Harem.
From an initial workforce of 75 guards, Abubakar now employees over 500 people, and provides security guards for some of the most high-profile schools in Borno state.
As a player in the security industry, the company has been successful in contributing its quota by providing employment opportunities to many unemployed youth. It has also been consistent in discharging its social responsibilities such as relates to staff welfare and sometimes to their dependents and relatives.
Class of 2018
My name is Andrew Maraska, and I am a rising senior. Since I am a military brat I move around I move a lot and I spent the last year living in Israel; however, I am now in Virginia and attending Wakefield School. I participate in many extracurricular activities, such as National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Model United Nations, student council, varsity swim team, varsity baseball team, varsity lacrosse team, and the Business Investment club. Additionally, I am an Eagle Scout and I often carry out numerous service projects through the boy scout troop that I am a part of including construction projects, environmental cleanup, and food drives. I am very excited and grateful to be working in this program and I can’t wait to change the world one person at a time.
Class of 2018
My name is Anthony Manjooran, and I am currently attending Granite Bay High School as a rising senior. I am in the Advanced Placement Academic program at my school.
I participate in Model UN, Young Entrepreneurs in which I am part of multiple programs, FBLA, and also the Disease Awareness club at my school. I have played piano for nine years, and I am currently doing my Level 7 Certificate of Merit this year.
This is the first year in which I am part of the Global Young Innovators Initiative, which I am extremely thankful I could be a part of. I am extremely excited to be able to participate and make a difference in the lives of others.
Class of 2018
My name is Katie Thompson, and I am a rising senior. I love giving back to my community and meeting some incredible people in the process. Throughout my life, I have always loved reading and learning about new things everyday. I am a hard worker and determined to do the things I set my mind to. Once I commit to something, I try my hardest to follow through and reach my goals every single time. I have always dreamed of going into business or law, and I look forward to continue working with Leadership Initiatives to make a difference. This is my second year working with the organization and the experience is as challenging and rewarding as it was in the beginning.
Class of 2018
I am Kevin Kraef, a senior at H.H. Dow High School. I constantly challenge myself every single day by striving for getting the best result possible on everything I do. In school I am taking all Honours, International Baccalaureate, and AP classes and I am involved in the school’s symphonic band as a clarinet and saxophone player as well as a soloist saxophone player in our school’s jazz band. Additionally, I am one of the executive members of the school’s Model United Nations Team and Club as well as involved with the marching band, and a freelance journalist for our school’s newspaper.
I volunteer often at my city’s Community Tennis Centre as either a ball runner or a peewee coach during the summer camps. I also volunteer as a junior counselor at our Community Centre’s summer camp, Camp Neyati.
I tend to be a very passionate person about anything and everything I do and aim to put to highest degree of efficiency and effort into every activity I take part in. Because of this I tend to work very hard in groups and push my team members to go above and beyond so we can collectively achieve anything we are challenged with. Even when I am faced with a problem by myself I think it is important to think in terms of a solution and not solely about the problem.
I am extremely excited to have the chance to take part in the IBAP programme and further my experience in international business, economics and helping out people get a chance in life to achieve great things.
Class of 2018
Maria A. D’agostino, 17, is a junior at Cypress Bay High School, in Weston, Florida. I moved to the United States nine years ago from Caracas, Venezuela and wish to obtain a JD- MBA with a double major in Political Science and International Relations. I participate in many extra-curricular activities; such as, my Debate team, Model United Nations, and the French, English, History, Math, National, and Science- in which I am an officer- Honor Societies. As a straight A student, I participate greatly within my community leading me to receive both The Presidential Award for Service and the Citizenship Award, given to me by Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, for all the work she has done towards her community. Being an immigrant from a third world country, I have seen my fair share of not only poverty, but also the constant violation of human rights which have lead me to fight hard to help the future of any human being not experience or witness the atrocities that I did.