The umbrella body of Agbaja people in Enugu State have outlined plans for a two-day summit in November 2022.
The two-day event will bring together sons and daughters of Agbaja in Nigeria and in the diaspora as well as well-wishers, in-laws and friends in a bid to foster unity and rekindle bonds of brotherhood among the various communities that make-up Agbaja.
The summit will begin on Wednesday November 2, 2022, and will feature an exhibition, unveiling/ Public presentation of Pan-Agbaja investment and economic agenda.
Prominent sons and daughters of Agbaja in the field of industry, investment and human capital development will make presentations during the plenaries.
On Thursday November 3, there will be a Cultural carnival to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Agbaja people at the Michael Okpara Square, Independence layout, Enugu.
Same day an Awards ceremony will take place to celebrate sons and daughters of Agbaja land who have distinguished themselves in various fields.
To ensure the smooth planning of the event, a planning committee headed by Rev. Ugochukwu Chime has since commenced work with nine sub-committees already delegated charge of various tasks towards the success of the event.
Venerable (Prof.) Chinedu Nebo who is the Chairman, Board of Trustees of the Agbaja Leaders of thought is optimistic the summit, which will be a defining moment in Agbaja history will launch its people on the path of progress if given the necessary support.
Prof. Nebo appeals for co-operation and support from all Agbaja people towards the success of the summit which he believes will unite Agbaja land to take its pride of place in Enugu State.