Moses O.T Owhara, President of All Nigerian Community (ANC) Ghana, has called for a review of trade issues affecting Nigerian businesses in Ghana.
He called for the reactivation of the Ghana-Nigeria Chambers of Commerce with a focus on the challenges of students.
According to the ANC president, plans were currently underway to establish the Nigerian business incubator and fund for new graduates and Nigerian youth.
Speaking at the inauguration of ANC’s Greater Accra regional executives in Accra, Mr. Owhara stated that ANC was committed to building and improving the business environment for both countries.
He said ANC would complement the efforts of the Nigerian High Commission and the governments in ensuring the welfare of the over four million Nigerians in Ghana.
Delivering an address on leadership and achievement, Rev. Dr. Ebenezer O. Alabi, special advisor to the group on corporate and religious affairs, tasked the newly-appointed members to live up to expectation and serve the people diligently.
His Royal Highness Dr. Chuks Ihenetu, a member of the Board of ANC, advised the members to eschew bribery and corruption.
He said the group must remain dedicated to the cause of the group, work together to shun acts that would weaken the internal structures of the body.
The 10 executives expected to run the affairs of the ANC for the next three months are Chief Godwin Uche Anyaogu, President; Ken Aigbovo, First Vice; Michael A. Akintola, Second Vice; Hamza Rashid, Secretary and Fidelia Edem, Treasurer.
The rest are Oviedafe Augustine Onoieta, Financial Secretary; Emmanuel Chibueze Ugochkwu, Welfare Officer; Paul Emmanuel Irechukwu, Public Relations Officer; Ugwoke Ernest Chukwuemeka, Provost and Joseph Ojunu, Assistant Public Relations Officer (PRO).
By Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson
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