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BreakingNews 7/5/2014 - Ndigbo Gather May 8 To Honour Ex-Ohanaeze Leader, Ralph Uwechue

BreakingNews 7/5/2014 - Ndigbo Gather May 8 To Honour Ex-Ohanaeze Leader, Ralph Uwechue

[ Masterweb Reports ] – Ndigbo from all walks of life and from all over the world will gather tomorrow, May 8, at Ohanaeze Secretariat in Enugu, Enugu State to honour a great Igbo man and immediate past President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Ambassador Ralph Uwechue who died on March 13, this year at the National Hospital, Abuja. Ohanaeze, Afenifere, Niger Delta and Northern leaders have confirmed their attendance of the event. Top government officials, diplomats, legislators and many other prominent Nigerians are expected at the gathering. The event is organized by World Igbo Leadership, Educational And Cultural Council (WILECC) led by Honourable Chuks Ibegbu and Igbo Reformation Network, and powered by Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
 
Uwechue, OFR, will be buried Friday, May 9. President Goodluck Jonathan and former Nigerian presidents, including Chief Olusegun Obasanjo are among eminent personalities expected at the burial.

For further information, contact Honourable Ibegbu at 08035410176 or 08093287406.

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*Photo Caption – Late Ambassador Ralph Uwechue. *Call Honourable Ibegbu at 08035410176 or 08093287406 for more information.