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Day of honour for Arthur Eze as Ndigbo, South East governors converge in Lagos

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Last weekend saw the convergence of all major Igbo business tycoons, governors and politicians during the annual Ndigbo Lagos meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel in Lagos, where they discussed pertinent issues relating to the economic development of the region and more importantly, the general future and well-being of Igbo people in Lagos state.

The lavish and extravagant event was organized by Ndigbo Lagos in partnership with the South East Governors’ Forum where all the eastern state governors of the region and representatives were present including Deputy Senate President Ike Ekwerenmadu, Governor of Ebonyi State, David Umahi, Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, and the representative of other eastern states Governors (Imo, Anambra and Enugu).

Also present at the gathering was Professor Pat Utomi, former governors and deputy governors, retired military generals from the region and top local and international business tycoons as well as captains of industries. The night, which was full of colour, elegance and glamour, was put together by Ezinne Ezeani of ZK Signature, showing off the beautiful, rich cultural heritage of the Igbos.

At a business roundtable meeting between the governors and Lagos based businessmen from the region, hurdles affecting the growth of business in Igbo land, general apathy of Igbos in establishing businesses in the region and so on were discussed and analysed and solutions were proffered with a resolve reached at the end and all partners promising to not only honour it, but step-up efforts to promote and attract more investors to the Eastern Regions.

The group also used the opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge Prince Arthur Eze for his contribution to Ndigbo Lagos, Igbo land in Nigeria and the Diaspora, his philanthropic work as well as confer on him the Grand Patron of Ndigbo Lagos as he was adopted to Ndigbo Lagos Patron Hall of Fame, which was instituted on the night. The group also marked and celebrated Eze’s 70th birthday.


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