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The new executives of Ohaneze Ndigbo Worldwide, Idemili North Chapter EXCO during the inauguration

OHANEZE Ndigbo Worldwide, the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation has called for unity of purpose, oneness, promotion of Igbo language, cultural values among Igbo people and synergy with community leaders.

  The call was made at Ogidi during the inauguration of the Ohaneze Ndigbo Worldwide Idemili North Local Government Area (INLGA) Chapter new executives.

  According to the Anambra State Chapter President, Prince Chukwuemekalum Udodeme, Ohaneze Ndigbo cannot make progress without oneness and unity of purpose in anything we choose to achieve whether politically, economically, socially or security wise.

  “You cannot work without involving the local government chairman, traditional rulers, towns union presidents general, community women and youth leaders.

  “In fact, to ensure this synergy at the state level, the office of the Ohaneze Ndigbo Worldwide, Vice President is constitutionally reserved for the personality occupying the post of the ‘Anambra State Association of Towns Union (ASATU) National President’.

  Let us work towards near perfection by bringing the communities together. organise Idemili Cultural Day, Ohaneze Idemili New Yam Festival to promote the Igbo culture and oneness,” said Udodeme.

  Also, the ASATU National President cum Ohaneze Ndigbo State Vice President, Chief Titus Akpudo said: “Igbo language should be spoken without inferiority complex, our children should be taught how to speak and promote Igbo language, practice and live according to our cultural values”.

  Akpudo further assured to use his office to ensure cooperation of the towns unions towards promoting the Ohaneze Ndigbo goals and agenda, urging illustrious sons of Idemili to finance and support the organisation.

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  The INLGA Transition Chairman, Chief Chuks Igboanua, who was a former Ohaneze Ndigbo LG Vice Chairman after tasking the new executives to join the Governor Chukwuma Soludo’s pursuit for a more secured Anambra State solicited for Ndigbo to think and invest at home.

  Earlier in his welcome address, the INLGA Ohaneze Ndigbo Chairman, Chief Augustine Udo called for all sons and daughters to belong to the organisation, strategise together, proffer solutions to challenges facing Ndigbo, unite as an entity for the salvation, peace, love and emancipation of Igbo people.

  The Ohaneze Ndigbo INLGA Chapter executives include Chairman- Chief Augustine Udo, Vice Chairman- Chief Charles Obadike, Secretary- Chief Nnaemeka Orjiakor, Assistant Sec- Mrs Chinyere Ibezim, Treasurer- Mr. Edmund Ndukwe, Financial Sec- Chief Chris Ngwudike, PRO- Mr Churchill Okafor, Youth leader- Emeka Amaefuna, Asst Youth Leader- Vincent Madu.

  Others are Organising Sec- Amb. Emma Okpala, Woman Leader- Mrs Ethel Atuokwu, Asst Woman Leader- Mrs Uju Omire, Legal Advisers-Barr. Agbata Barr. Obijiofor A.U., Welfare Officer- Chief Maurice Omeludike, Ex-Officios-Nze-Ukwu Ewudo, Ichie Chris Onyekwelu and Mrs Rita Ibeakuzie.

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