A Non-Governmental Organisation, Minds Development Initiative, on Thursday said it trained and empowered more than 200 people in different fields.
Its Director-General, Dr Constance Amadi, told the News Agency of Nigerian in Port Harcourt on Thursday that the organisation focused on assisting underprivileged persons.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that members the eight-year-old organisation, in a road-show in Port Harcourt, distributed condoms to residents.
Amadi said that the condoms were worth N1.6m, adding that the organisation also bought and distributed wheel chairs to physically challenged persons.
According to her, the distribution of condoms was to save the lives of residents who could not abstain from sex.
She said the organisation had branches in all states of the federation except Gombe, where the head was allegedly murdered by Boko Haram terrorists.
The director-general said that the road-show was to create awareness about the existence of the group and to mark its eighth anniversary.
She added that the organisation had carried out free medical services in local communities in the country.