Igbo group supports diaspora 10th anniversary in Cameroon


With few months to the 10th anniversary of a Cameroon-based Nigerian international magazine, Naija Diaspora Magazine, several members of the Igbo community residing in Cameroon have thrown their support behind the publisher of the magazine, Ismaila Adegbola.

The group, which is a member of the Organising Committee selected from the Nigerian Community in Cameroon, for the anniversary of the magazine, pledged to support the magazine during a meeting with the publisher.

The group expressed its unprecedented support for the upcoming international event in Cameroon, saying it is time to reward the hard-working individuals promoting a good image of the country.

Naija Diaspora Magazine is billed to celebrate its 10 years in existence in November 2023. 

The event will bring together the leadership of National Assembly and its members, Ministers, Governors, agencies’ directors, ambassadors, business tycoons, and entrepreneurs, to educate the people in the diaspora in building a successful nation. 

As part of the activities to mark the event, several activities have been lined up, including a symposium. This symposium shall bring together business leaders, policy makers, entrepreneurs, and cultural actors on a platform to share their experiences and ideas in Cameroon.

The topic of the symposium is: ‘Diaspora and Nation Building: Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects.’

Speaking on behalf of the organizing committee, the chairman, Paul Ogele, said the support was to show love to a dear brother with a bright vision of promoting every activity in Cameroon…


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