Land of Hope, The Non-Government Organization based in Nigeria, has ended its collaboration with Anders Petersen Automobiles in Risskov. The founder of the Non-Government Organization, Anja Ringgren Loven, announced the development through her social media.
She informed her followers and friends that their sponsors, Anders Petersen Automobiles in Risskov, have sold the establishment. Accordingly, Land of Hope’s collaboration with the team and establishment of APA is ending after eight years.
The NGO has shared a long and special history with the automobile company. Anja shared that she and her son, David Jr, have been part of the Anders Petersen Automobiles family over the last eight years. She claimed that the people and company have turned out to be the perfect support for our life in Denmark and work in Nigeria.
Anja Ringgren shared the history of the collaboration with the Anders Petersen Automobiles family. She shared that when she was starting Land of Hope 10 years ago, I borrowed my dad’s old Opel to come out and give lectures. She shared that her father was sick with cancer and couldn’t drive himself at the time.
Meanwhile, After a few years, the car stopped working and was beyond repair. Accordingly, At the time, Dennis Solberg Pedersen from Anders Petersen Automobile reached out with a helping hand. The founder of land of Hope asserted that it was the start of a fantastic collaboration.
She added that, For over a decade, she is driving around Denmark to give lectures. She claimed that would not have been possible without Anders Petersen Automobile. Loven gave the credit for the success of the collaboration to the authorities. At the time of the conclusion of the partnership she also shared a heartfelt note expressing her gratitude to the team of Anders Petersen Automobiles. She wrote: Many thanks to Anders, René, Tinna, Dennis, Bent and the whole APA family for eight fantastic years.