Nigerian emerges West African Youth Council Ambassador

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

A statement released by WAYC said Emeghara was appointed for his admirable contributions to development in society through leadership and entrepreneurship.

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

He is the President/CEO Coban-Chiban International Resources Limited and also the MD/CEO of Both Global Nigeria Entreprises, an industrial multinational.

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

Reacting to the appointment, an enthused Emeghara said that he would continue to serve humanity and engage in peacekeeping programmes.

“I am excited about this recognition because it is a testament to the humanitarian works I carry out silently. I am encouraged to do even more when it comes to fostering peace, unity, and collaboration between the West African States and the continent as a whole,” he said.

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