Crown Prince HRH Alexander Nwokeabia Ejiamatu 1 of Ugwuoba Enugu State with his wife Lolo Ugosimba posing with Nollywood Celebrities Aki and Pawpaw
The organizers of Igbo Diaspora Cultural Heritage Festival is happy to acknowledge that highly successful Igbo Business Magnates from around the world have endorsed the goals of the Igbo Diaspora Cultural Heritage Festival/Summit and are coming to grace this festival in Maryland/DC come labor day weekend September 1-3. Speaking on the Phone with the Festival Planning Committee Chairman Mazi Okechukwu Oranika, the Crown Prince HRH Alexander Nwokeabia Ejiamati 1 of Ugwuoba Enugu State informed us that he has accepted to be our Grand Patron for this Cultural Heritage event. Igwe Ejiamatu a highly successful business magnate is the founder and Managing Director of Ejiamatu Group of Companies. He has always risen in support of Igbo language and Cultural initiatives across the world
Chief Engineer Bedford Anayo Onwuegbu (Omeiheukwu 1 of Enugu State) have also endorsed the Igbo Diaspora Cultural Heritage Festival and is also a Patron for the event. Chief Onwuegbu an Igbo Philantropist, a one time Governorship hopeful for Enugu State has indicated he is coming to Maryland/DC for the event.
Igbo Diaspora Cultural Heritage Festival have also received an endorsement from an Atlanta based successful Igbo businessman Prince M. O. Agurd II. Speaking with the Chairman of the Planning Committee Mazi Oranika, Prince Agurd reassured him that his support for Igbo language and cultural tradition initiatives remains unshaken,
The Planning Committee extends appreciation and thanks to our patrons, we are happy and gratified for the widespread support being received from Ndigbo across the world. Together we will keep our Igbo language and cultural traditions alive for the enjoyment of our children and grand children, and so shall it be.
Written by Mazi Okechukwu Oranika
Chairman Planning Committee
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