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World Igbo Congress Holds In Texas, Set Theme On Ruga, Insecurity, youth empowerment
This year’s The World Igbo Congress (WIC) set to hold in Texas, extends invitation to opinion moulders in Igbo land.
The organizers expects all governors, senators, members of House of Representatives and other stakeholders from Southeast to honour its 2019 convention to discuss the Ruga castle settlement and other security threats facing the South East region.
In a statement signed by WIC Public Relations Officer, Basil Onwukwe, the Chairman, Prof Anthony Ejiofor, Executives, and the Board of Directors said at the convention holding between Friday, August 30 and Sunday, September 1, stakeholders would discuss the future of Igboland, their homeland and strengthening regional ties and contiguity. They will speak on youth and women empowerment project in the region.
The venue of the convention is the Holiday Inn Houston SW-Sugar Land, 11160 Southwest Freeway, Houston, Texas. The topic for this year’s discourse is WIC at 25: Bracing up for challenges ahead.