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The esteemed CEO of Neasden College (a UK registered Training provider), Nikky Emelike has unveiled her fresh humanitarian project with an Abia State diasporan group, ‘ABIA STATE COMMUNITY UK AND IRELAND’.
As President and chief organiser of the project, Nikky Emelike would be working hand in hand with her Vice-President, Edith Nwachukwu to help push the narratives and objectives of the group.
The group which hosted its pioneer meeting yesterday, on the 8th of November, 2020 has mapped out the several areas in which it would be implementing its aims and objectives. These areas include engagements with the Abia State Governor under Governor Okezie Ikepazu and collaborations with their branches in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Other objectives of the Abia State Community UK and Ireland group includes: engagements with stakeholders and sponsors in Ireland and the United Kingdom; creation of funds and resources for community development; ensuring a sense of cooperation, integration, and unity among the members of the community to further motivate them to take better participation in the developing community programs; and the abolishment of the differences among individuals in order to develop a spirit of common interest and sacrifice and also participate collectively in community programs whilst achieving different targets.
This project is one of Nikky Emelike’s numerous humanitarian projects over time, having chaired and participated in project schemes which span through Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK