Nigerian becomes West African Youth Council ambassador

The West African Youth Council (WAYC) Board of Directors has confirmed the appointment of Chiedozia ThankGod Emeghara as Youth Ambassador.

A statement released by WAYC said that Emeghara was nominated for his admirable contributions to the development of society through leadership and entrepreneurship.

Emeghara is a Nigerian-European business mogul and serial entrepreneur in a wide range of businesses including logistics, real estate, hospitality, manufacturing, and agro-agriculture.

He is Chairman / Managing Director of Coban-Chiban International Resources Limited and also Managing Director / Managing Director of Both Global Nigeria Enterprises, an industrial multinational.

Through its businesses and humanitarian works, Emeghara aims to improve the quality of life of people locally, nationally and internationally.

Reacting to the appointment, an enthusiastic Emeghara said he would continue to serve humanity and engage in peacekeeping programs.

“I am enthusiastic about this recognition because it is a testament to the humanitarian work that I carry out in silence. I am encouraged to do even more when it comes to fostering peace, unity and collaboration among West African states and the continent as a whole, ”he said.

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Nigerian becomes West African Youth Council ambassador


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