The King of the Igbo community in Ghana, HRM Amb. Eze Dr. Chukwudi Ihenetu has called on all Africans and Nigerians in Ghana to give back to the less privileged in the society.

He made the disclosure at the official durbar organized to honour the only survivors of the 1921 Race Massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

According to the king, giving back to society through the needy should be a major priority of every Nigerian.

He stated that the Igbo community in Ghana would collaborate with all stakeholders and other entities to support the less privileged in the communities.

He said, “We the Igbo’s here in Ghana have a foundation that we support and change life’s of people, more especially the poor, and support them in any level.

“It will also be good for people to partner with us to change the lives of the poor because you don’t know what the poor will be tomorrow,” King of the Igbo community in Ghana HRM Amb. Eze Dr. Chukwudi Ihenetu said.

He hinted that the Nigerian communities in the country will continue to foster peace and cohesion in order to promote the existing partnership between the two countries.

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