Wednesday, November 18, 2020

NDOKWA DAUGHTERS AND WIVES ASSOCIATION ASABA CHAPTER WAS OFFICIALLY INAUGURATED BY HER PRESIDENT GENERAL IN ASABA.



A non governmental organization (NGO) called Ndokwa daughters and wives association, Asaba Chapter was officially inaugurated today the 11th November, 2020 by her president general, Chief Mrs Philomena Egwuenu , it was another remarkable achievement for Ndokwa women fold as the body was hosted by Chief Mrs Chinoye Dafe Aliyu at her resident in asaba with Hon. Barr. Benedicta Ndudi Osakunih-Izuegbu, Hajha Omoni -Johnson and other notable women and Academician across the three local government areas in ndokwa nation today.
The association was founded in 2015 with her headquarter in Lagos and chapters across the country including Abuja, Warri , Ukwuan, Ndokwa west and Ndokwa East LGA and other parts of States in Nigeria .

Ndokwa Daughters and Wives Association is also a community based NGO with special focus towards empowering women and youths across Ndokwa nation. She noted that NDAWA has a gigantic structure in Kwale known as the "WOMEN DEVELOPMENT CENTRE FOR SKILL ACQUISITION ", the group has impacted positively to ndokwa women and youths across the nation through her countless skills Acquisition programs and direct empowerments in the past and will sustain their usual agitation towards the development of Ndokwa Nation.

During the inaugural meeting, the president general, Chief Mrs Philomena Egwuenu stated that history was made so far in the past and today has marked another huge success of the NGO and thank all newly innuagurated Executives and members of asaba chapter of the group for their maximum contribution and co-operation towards making her inaugural meeting a successful one.

She use the opportunity to thank state Governor, Sen. Dr . Ifeanyi A. Okowa on his developmental stride across the state and Ndokwa in particular while prayed for more recognition/inclusion of more Ndokwa women and youths in his led administration.

The hilight was group photragraph of cutting of the cake and social pleasantries.

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