#NigeriaAt58: INDEPENDENCE DAY AND ART EXHIBITION CELEBRATIONS AT THE NIGERIA CONSULATE IN JOHANNESBURG

#NigeriaAt58: INDEPENDENCE DAY AND ART EXHIBITION CELEBRATIONS AT THE NIGERIA CONSULATE IN JOHANNESBURG

In celebration of Nigeria’s Independence celebration, the Female Artists Association of Nigeria (FEAAN) in collaboration with The Nigerian Consulate in South Africa is holding an art exhibition, themed, ‘Nigeria@58: The journey so far.’

The Consul-General Godwin Adama hosted a few diplomats and the Nigerian community at the Nigerian Consulate in Johannesburg. See photos below;

Gabriel Ozoko dancing

H.E Godwin Adama(Consul General) and Gabriel Ozoko

H.E Godwin Adama(Consul General) and Dr. K. J. Srinivasa (Consul General of India in Johannesburg)

Mr Adama Bako (Acting High Commissioner of Nigeria, Pretoria) at the Nigerian Consulate, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Mr. Michael A. McCarthy (Consul General) Consulate General of the United States of America

H.E Godwin Adama(Consul General) and Dr. K. J. Srinivasa (Consul General of India in Johannesburg)

Acting High Commissioner of Nigeria (Mr. Adams Bako) Pretoria in a handshake with Mr. Anthony Ogbe,Minister (Consular & Immigration) Consulate General of Nigeria, Johannesburg

Dr. K. J. Srinivasa (Consul General of India in Johannesburg)

Mr Anthony Ogbe, Minister (Consular & Immigration) with H.E Godwin Adama (Consul General)

Olufemi Sax Gospel

Photo Credit: The Nigerian Consulate, Johannebsurg

Facebook Comments

About author

Nigerians in South Africa
Nigerians in South Africa 1935 posts

We are about democracy, human rights, public opinion, political behavior, civil rights and policy aimed at improving the human condition, with a focus on African countries.

You might also like

VODACOM TO REIMBURSE USERS FOR LOST DATA, AIRTIME

Affected Vodacom users vented their frustration on social media after receiving depletion notifications. JOHANNESBURG – Vodacom has apologised to its customers following numerous complaints of disappearing data and airtime. In

Business 1Comments

Employers in SA prefer to Employ Malawians & Zimbabweans

Many employers in South Africa have affirmed that they prefer to employ Malawians and Zimbabweans because they are hardworking and reliable. Nigeriansinsouthafrica.co.za spoke with employers in Johannesburg yesterday who said

Politics 0 Comments

WHAT CAN GHANA TEACH SOUTH AFRICA ABOUT NEOCOLONIALISM?

In 2011, the South African government announced a plan to create a 9.6-gigawatt nuclear energy programme. The project, they argued, would allow South Africa to diversify its energy sector, move

1 Comment

  1. Thu Schembri
    June 21, 12:37 Reply
    I have been checking out a few of your stories and i can state clever stuff. I will make sure to bookmark your website.

Leave a Reply