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BreakingNews 22/9/14 - Nigerian Born U.S. Boxing Champ & Promoter Endorses President Jonathan For 2nd Term In 2015

BreakingNews 22/9/14 - Nigerian Born U.S. Boxing Champ & Promoter Endorses President Jonathan For 2nd Term In 2015

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Mr. Enobong Umohette the Nigerian born Wisconsin State Heavyweight and Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) Heavyweight Boxing champion who is also the leading Promoter of professional Boxing in the State of Wisconsin has put his support behind Nigeria’s President His Excellency Dr Goodluck Jonathan endorsing him to run for a second term in office in 2015.
 
Speaking while being received and honored during a Courtesy Call on Friday 19th September, 2014 at the Nigerian Embassy Washington DC by The Nigerian Ambassador to the United States of America, His Excellency Professor Ade Adefuye; the Nigerian born boxing champion described President Goodluck Jonathan as a leader whose passion and service to the nation has continued to remain steadfast despite facing historically unprecedented challenges.
 
Mr. Umohette stated that President Goodluck Jonathan has performed incredibly well despite inheriting over five decades of national decline. The boxing champion also added that President Jonathan has recorded massive and sustainable infrastructural and socio-economic development in Nigeria through prudent and effective leadership.

 
 
Umohette who briefly recounted his experience about a decade ago in Nigeria’s national service, stated that he shared a similar background with President Jonathan, whom he described as a great leader who has been persecuted by some political elites whose desperation to undermine the current administration, has fueled and given sympathy to elements of national instability.
 
The boxing champion who presented The UBF International Heavyweight title he won on November 2, 2013 to The Nigerian Ambassador, also added that his exile in the United States of America has not stopped him from not only contributing to the development of the local community of Milwaukee, Wisconsin but also making Nigeria proud through his boxing exploits and his activities as a promoter of professional boxing.
 



His Excellency Ambassador Ade Adefuye commended Umohette for being a good Ambassador of Nigeria and stated that Nigeria will always recognize and support all Her citizens at home and abroad; and particularly the ones who continue to make the nation proud in their various callings.
 
The high point of the courtesy call was a presentation of an official invitation to His Excellency President Goodluck Jonathan and Her Excellency the Nigerian First Lady (Dr) Patience Jonathan to the upcoming triple heavyweight title fight where Mr. Umohette will defend his two current titles and will vie for the vacant UBF All- Americas heavyweight title in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Saturday November 22nd 2014.
 
Receiving the invitation, The Nigerian Ambassador expressed his appreciation for Umohette’s support for His Excellency President Goodluck Jonathan and promised his mission’s support for his effort and stated that the Invitation would be delivered to Mr. President.
 
The courtesy call ended with a photo session after the Boxing champion and promoter was introduced to members of the Nigerian Mission in Washington DC.   
 
*Photo Caption - Mr. Enobong Umohette (Left); Nigerian Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Professor Ade Adefuye (Right) receiving the official invitation to His Excellency President Goodluck Jonathan and Her Excellency the Nigerian First Lady (Dr) Patience Jonathan to the upcoming triple heavyweight title fight where Mr. Umohette will defend his two current titles and will vie for the vacant UBF All- Americas heavyweight title.