About Secure Africa

Collaborate with governments and like-minded individuals and corporation in implementing international, regional and national instruments and policies in addressing the growing issues of crime, unemployment and poverty in a coordinated and focused manner to deepen economy and local/foreign investment

Why Secure Africa

Violent crimes have a significant impact on the livelihoods and quality of life of citizens, most particularly the poor, women and young people. Insecurity undermines socio-economic and political stability and sustainable development (See Resolution A/RES/66/181 of the United Nations General Assembly). High levels of crime and violence pose a serious threat to African emergent socio-political and economic development. It results in the deprivation of the rights and dignity of citizens, and poses a threat to peaceful resolution of differences and rightful participation of all in the democratic process.

The Team

Casey Gbenga

Casey Seun

Casey Samuel

Casey Supo