The Global Campus and World Headquarters of the African Democratic Congress, ADC receives Nigerian delegate from Sierra Leone.
Chief Ralphs Okey Nwosu, National Chairman of the ONLY CREDIBLE ALTERNATIVE PARTY in Nigeria, African Democratic Congress, ADC alongside the National Coordinator, Electoral Matters & INEC Liaison, High Chief Anayo Arinze received Dr. Temidayo Omowumi Giwa, an indigene of Kogi State, Nigeria from Sierra Leone to the Global Campus and World Headquarters of the party in Abuja on Tuesday, 3rd of August, 2021.
The reception was followed by a warm HANDSHAKE of welcome and solidarity by the party’s Kogi State Representatives in the FCT: the Deputy National Chairman, Ethics and Values, Barr. Mrs. Justina Dolapo Abanida; the Secretary to the National Chairman, Mrs. Victoria Momoh; and an honourable member of the party, Mrs. Ramatu Mohammed.
Dr. Giwa, who pledged his unflinching commitment to the party announced that he has already started collaborating with the Deputy National Chairman, Diaspora Network, Hon. Kenneth Gbandi, Africa Continental Chairman Dr. Fatoye and the Vice Continental Chairman West Africa David Oghene Abraham to ensure that the unique ADC Creed and DNA which already started off years ago in Nigeria, are replicated in Sierra Leone. he declared, to emphasize on the party’s resolve to be “African” minded.
The welcoming session ended with a closed door strategic meeting between the Kogi State Representatives, joined by the National Director of Communications and Programs, Barr. Ifenla Oligbinde; the National Youth Leader, Barr. Maurice Ebam; and the Special Adviser to the National Chairman on Strategic Youth Affairs, Hon. Nkem Ukandu, to discuss a top notch event to be disclosed very soon.
In conclusion, Chief Ralphs Nwosu expressed his appreciation that Dr. Giwa is ready to bring the entire Diaspora forte onboard the ADC fast moving train, and encouraged all members of the party present to ensure all hands are on deck in making Kogi State, not only the Confluence State of Nigeria; but ultimately make Nigeria the Convergence Point of Africa.