All is set for the inauguration of Heartland Professionals Network – HPN, a global, multi-sectoral organization of Imo State, Nigeria Professionals, Thursday, July 25, 2019, in Owerri, the State capital.
The theme of the inauguration ceremony, which will have the Governor of Imo state, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha as Special Guest of Honor is ‘Re-positioning Imo State for Rapid Socio- Economic Growth,’ and the Keynote Speaker will be Chief Engineer Charles Chukwuemeka Ugwu, a former Minister of Commerce and Industries of Nigeria, former President of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) and founder of the popular Rokana Industries.
Chief Ugwu is taking the place of the previously nominated Speaker, Chief Leo Stan Ekeh of the Zinox Group, who, the organizers say, had to make an urgent trip to London.
Chief Charles Ugwuh is an accomplished engineer, administrator, technocrat and politician, with vast experience. A tireless industrialist, philanthropist and a man of immense influence, he has undertaken National, State and Community Service in all sectors of the economic and socio-political life of Nigeria and has continued to raise the bar and surpass the mark of contributions to the well being of society with grace, intellect, wit, and an extraordinary strength of purpose.
The inauguration ceremony, which will have the who is who in Imo State and beyond in attendance, will take place at Mega Event Plaza, Akanchwawa Road, New Owerri layout, Owerri State Nigeria at 10 am prompt.
HPN, according to the promoters, is a think-tank organization, committed to partnering with Imo State Government to deliver good governance to her citizens by being professional, visionary and patriotic. It is a not-for-profit organization, offering free services to the citizens of the State.
HPN is focused on healthcare, education, agriculture, manufacturing, and infrastructure/power, oil and gas development and has mobilized a high-impact network of experts, technocrats, academics and industry leaders of thought of Imo State extraction across the country and the diaspora.