The president of Igbo World Assembly “IWA” and the Onowu of Abagana, Chief Nwachukwu Anakwenze, has called on Igbos all over the world to support turning Igbo Into Japan Of Africa through Think-Tank program.
Anakwenze who made the call in a zooming to the Enugu meeting for the inauguration of Igbos Think- Tank Central Planning Committees “CPC” applauded the initiators, stating that Igbo World Assembly”IWA” has been yearning for such program and he would mobilize its members all over the world to support the programme.
He further noted that it is imperative for Ndigbo to think home and build a home land which they would be proud of in the world, reiterating that he would be fully involved in the programme.
Also speaking, Comrade Chucks Ibegbu, Secretary Igbo Think -Tank, on behalf of Mr Osadebe Ibegbu who resides in South Africa, extolled Prince Chinedu Nsoffor (Ichie Nzedike Oraifite ) for his Naturecracy philosophy which he said would restore the lost glory of Ndigbo and humanity in
He recalled that Japan which he said was now the world role model suffered a lot after the second world war but they were able to rise up after the trauma and called on all the stakeholders in Igboland to support the initiative promising that Igbos living in South Africa would as well support the project.
In his remark, a scientist and the founder of Naturecracy international, Prince Chinedu Nsoffor who doubles as the Chairman of the Central Planning Committees “CPC” assured the Igbos Think Tank Board of trustees led by Prof. Maduike Ezeibe, that his committee and subcommittees would not fail Ndigbo and also called on all Igbos to support the agenda.
The planning committee members which include, Prince Chinedu Nsoffor as Chairman. Kenneth Nwankwo- General Secretary, Ndukwo Ndukwo Ogbuja- publicity Secretary and Mr. Osadebe Ibegbu- Diaspora liason Officer were all inaugurated by the Board of trustees, BOT Chairman, Prof Ezeibe.
Some of the participants in the program were Engr. Okeugo who delivered a paper on the industrilisation of Igboland, Chief Pat Anyanwu, Rev. Okechukwu Obioha, Evangelist Theo Rays Ejikeme. Chike Emembolu, Chief Patrick Nwachukwu, Chief Mrs Elizabeth Ojukwu, Engr. Emeka Nneji, Professor Chidi Obisike, Rev. Nduka Enya, Engr. Donatus Onyia among others.