Nigerian born and the designated Ambassador representing IIMSAM in the Federal Republic of Nigeria, H.E Samson O. Bolarin was appointed by H.E. Ambassador-At-Large Rami El-Attar representing the Secretary-General of IIMSAM H.E. Remigio Maradona.


IIMSAM the Intergovernmental Observer to the United Nations Economic and Social Council Under ECOSOC Resolution 2003/212 Dated 5th of March 2003 designated by the United Nations Economic & Social Council Under Rule 79 of the Council’s Rules and Procedures.

H.E. Mr. Samson O. Bolarin started from a humble beginnings but showed passion for his visions of a better world. He has proved that he means business when it comes to Humanitarian services and fighting alongside IIMSAM against malnutrition through the use of micro-algae Spirulina. Today, H.E Samson is making his mark in what he is good at – helping others.

Though he is more of a private person for a public figure, he shows he is an achiever in the most real sense. He has played a major role Independently servicing communities and homes in various African countries setting charitable events and also sharing support to the less privileges and homeless.

It is evidenced with his holding the position of IIMSAM’s Ambassador. Throughout his career, he has worked with many causes, extending help in any way he can, and also personally witnessed their successes.

H.E. Samson is one of the newest and youngest Ambassadors to IIMSAM is known for his charitable works in various countries such as South Africa, Uganda, and Malawi. He was also personally recognised by the Former President of Malawi (H.E President Bakili Mulisi).

His contributions would play a significant role to check the reproduction of poverty from one generation to the next that results because of malnutrition and must be tackled to meet the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.