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|A Message from the IPAI President, Mr. Saul Onyeuku
May I use this opportunity to thank everyone who attended the last IPAI Ezumezu in Los
Angeles California. Thanks for all your time and sacrifice on behalf of our Igbere
community. You will all agree with me that Pacific Coast Chapter did a tremendous job in
hosting us. The unity, friendship, and enthusiasm that every member displayed during our
stay in California were quite admirable and epitomize what IPAI is all about. Let’s give a big
round of applause to Pacific Coast Chapter for a job well done.
To all IPAI members who could not attend for some reason or the other, we miss you and
hope we will see you in our next and subsequent Ezumezu. To our brothers and sisters who
are still on the sideline, I encourage you to join. IPAI is open to all Igbere sons and
daughters. It is a unique platform for all of us in the Diaspora to harness our talents and
resources in the interest of our dear Igbere community.
The last Ezumezu also ushered in a new executive committee. They are:
Saul Kalu Onyeuku—Executive President
Ezinne Ogbureke-----General Secretary
Elesie Eke--------------Publicity Secretary
Lekwa O Lekwa-------Financial Secretary
Dickson I Samuel------Provost
These officers have volunteered to help pilot the affairs of IPAI for the next two years.
Working with the newly elected board members we hope to continue to improve on the high
standard of leadership established by the previous executive committee headed by Chief
Mike Awah. We welcome everyone’s input and support as we strive to take IPAI to the next
Thanks for the opportunity to serve.
Saul K. Onyeuku
Executive President, IPAI