International Leadership and Business Summit Team:
Elizabeth Security Business
Our Life-Changing Project
3. Investigation Efficiency
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.
Aidan Andrews Class of 2018
My name is Aidan Andrews, and I reside in a small lobstering town on the coast of Maine, called Cushing.
At my school I play for the varsity golf team and am always very enthusiastic about learning. At my school I take the most difficult classes available such as AP classes and I always like to push myself. My favorite things to learn about are history and politics. In past years I have volunteered in Maine’s House of Representatives which had helped me learn about the politics in my state. This year I have volunteered for presidential primary races. In my town I spoke at our Caucus in an attempt to sway voters to my candidates cause. In this 2016 election cycle I have volunteered for a campaign for Maine’s House of Representatives which I sit on the advisory board of and do calls for. I also volunteered for the senator in my district by distributing signs across my town. I plan to continue to be politically active my entire life by pursuing a career in politics and a degree in political science.
Galya Gonzalez Class of 2019
I’m Galya Gonzalez from Austin, Texas and I participate in IBAP, HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America), Academy Ambassadors. and Student Council. I also enjoy Web Design and gaming for leisure. I’m very committed to the things that I do and like to implement plans for tasks before taking action.
Rudraksh DasGupta Class of 2019
My name is Rudraksh DasGupta, and I am a rising junior. I challenge myself academically by attending my high school, which contains an extremely rigorous academic program, and I take most of the advanced courses that are offered. I participate in many extracurricular activities, such as The Academy Ambassador Program, Health Occupations Students of America, French Club, and volunteer at the Seton group of Hospitals. I hold a leadership position as the President of Academy Ambassador Program. I help out in the community by volunteering for service projects as a member of my temple, and I am currently working on an IB CAS Project.
Class of 2019
I’m Brooke Barclay and I’m a rising junior at Churchill High School in Maryland. I like to take rigorous classes and have taken the most challenging courses possible at my school because of this.
For extracurriculars I swim on Varsity for my school swim team and i also swim on a winter team year round and for my school and i also play field hockey for my school. I applied for Engineering Honors Society next year, as i can only participate in national honors societies until junior year. I plan to apply to English and Spanish honors societies when i can next year.
I volunteer for a special needs swim team every sunday during the spring and help coaching and mentoring swimmers. I hope to learn more about psychology and mental health in my later education, but also like math and science related subjects.
I have never done anything like ILBS before and i really like how much opportunity has opened up for me because of it and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.
Kerri Deitz Class of 2018
Bio coming soon!