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Humanity for Africa Foundation holds Award Ceremony/Fund Raising in New Jersey, US

L-R Rev. Dr. Erasmus Okere, Mr. Jimmy Sherlock and Dr. Kazeem Funsho Bello at the event
L-R: Deacon Emeruwa, Rev. Dr. Erasmus Okere (an Honoree), Fatoba Omofola, Tony Okpokparoro, Hon. Innocent Okems Okemezie, President/Founder HFAF, Godswill Inimgba, Valentine Ofor, Chief Linus Ebere (Chairman of the occasion), Prince Anozie Ogenyi, Master of Ceremony, Mr. Jimmy Sherlock (an Honoree), H.E. Ambassador Suleiman Tijjani Muhammad-Bande Nigeria’s Ambassador/Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Val Fracas Amadi (an Honoree), Amb. Samson Itegboje, Igwe Nkem Onumara, Mark Anthony & wife and Dr. Kazeem Funsho Bello at the occasion
L-R: Tony Okpokparoro, Rev. Dr. Erasmus Okere (Honoree representing the Igbo Catholic Community in Newark NJ), H.E. Prof Tijjani Muhammad- Bande (Nigeria’s Permanent Representative to the UN), Val Fracas Amadi (Honoree) and Sir Emma Ogu.

L-R: Amb. Nicholas Ella, acting Consul General Nigeria Consulate, New York, Dr Popoola, H.E. Prof. Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, Nigeria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Chief Sir Linus Ebere, Chairman of the occasion and Hon. Innocent Okems Okemezie, President/Founder, Humanity for Africa Foundation at the High Table.
L-R: Sir Ignatius Njoku, Sir Titus Osuagwu and Sir Nnanabo at the occasion.
Chief (Sir) Linus Ebere and Lady Ebere at the event
Sir Canice Ngobidi and Lady Ngobidi at the occasion.
L-R: Hon John Onyema, Obiageri Onyema, Mrs Kate Onyema and Mrs Amarachi Nduka at the program
Cultural dancers entertaining at the ceremony

Humanity for Africa Foundation, Inc. (HFAF), on Saturday, July 7, 2018, held its Award Ceremony and Fund Raising Banquet in New Jersey, United States, with very many important personalities in attendance.

At the very impressive event, held at Best Western Robert Treat Hotel, Newark, New Jersey, the President/Founder of the Foundation, Hon. Okems Innocent Okemezie, pointed out to the distinguished audience that the Foundation was set up in 2008 to support and promote education, health awareness and cultural integration and has, so far, recorded major achievements especially in provision of educational infrastructure and in establishment of Sister City relationships.

He called on Nigerians in Diaspora to invest in the development of education in the country of their birth, especially at the primary level, noting with dismay that the primary schools that produced most of the great men and women of today are regrettably run down and in desperate need of help.

The keynote address was delivered by Nigeria’s Ambassador/Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN), Professor Tijjani Muhammad-Bande.

The theme of the program was “Educational Development in Nigeria: The Role of the Diaspora.”

Jimmy Sherlock, Founder of Reborn International Outreach, Frakas Mo’ Fire (Val Amadi), CEO VAL MEDIA Inc,  Joseph Adewumi  of Amarachi Restaurant  and Catherine Wilson, the President and CEO of United Way of Essex and West Hudson were honored specially with Awards at the ceremony.

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