NIGERIAN UNION SOUTH AFRICA WOMEN’S LEAGUE FIRST ELECTED EXECUTIVES INAUGURATION

NIGERIAN UNION SOUTH AFRICA WOMEN’S LEAGUE FIRST ELECTED EXECUTIVES INAUGURATION

The Gauteng Province Chapter of Nigerian Union South Africa Women’s league cordially invites the Nigerian community to the inauguration of her first elected executives and the launch of her maiden projects on the 7th of April 2018. The event will be held at the Consulate of Federal Republic of Nigeria on Illovo Road, Sandton.

The Chief Guest of Honour, Ambassador Ahmed Ibeto and the special guest of honor, Hon. Godwin Adama will attend the special occasion.

The convention was focused on outlining programs intended to ameliorate the lifestyle of all Nigerians especially Wives, Women and Children in South Africa for the year.

Should you want to attend the event, please do contact Hon. Mrs Chukwuma, NUSA Women’s league chairman on 082 395 9081 or Hon. Mattew Okafor, NUSA GP Premier on 083 342 2622.

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