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Ikwuano Graduates Forum welcome all sons and daughters of Ikwuano to join this noble organization- Comrade Wilson Onwubali

Ikwuano Graduates Forum was Created on the 20th of October 2015. This became important having seen that Ikwuano Graduates needed a platform where we can interact, inform, educate, report and analyse results.*

We in the last 3 months have modified our aims and objectives and have made resolutions to pursue this course with all emphasis.

With effort and continued consultation, we make bold to say we have the support of NDI-EZE Ikwuano and our brothers in Diaspora.

This kind of Institutions are what works for other ethnic groups in Nigeria.

The Organization is calling all sons and daughters of Ikwuano both home and diaspora to unite together on this platform to move Ikwuano Forward.

This Organization is non partisan and has no political agenda.

We aim to seek and readdress our education and give our best to the younger generation a better platform to actualize their educational dreams.

You can contact the President of the organization directly for more inquiries.
Direct call , Whatsapp or Telegram
+234 813 918 7807


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