Raleigh 2008: After The Rain
Raleigh 2008 has come and gone.
I thank all members who managed to make it to Raleigh (including Emeka Ejindu and family who could not locate the venue while in Raleigh) inspite of the prevailing economic climate in the country. Special kudos goes to Raleigh, North Carolina residents who put up a wonderful show.
I also thank all the Nkwelle Ezunaka women present who entertained us with the new Nkwelle Ezunaka women’s dance.
Absentees missed a lot.
What a holistic rendition of a fantastic performance!
The Nwakobys - Aniemeka of Oklahoma, Osita of North Carolina, Izu of Florida, and their families deserve a special mention for the huge donation made at the fund raising in addition to their active participation in all Union activities.
Keep it up and may God bless you more abundantly.
Members' attendance was at it lowest but guest attendance was unbelievable and the lesson to be drawn from this is like what the grasscutter said “even if left with one tooth, grass cutting must go on”. I am truly proud of all members who attended.
My brothers and sisters , Nkwelle Ezunaka belongs to all of us and as such it’s welfare is our collective responsibility. I am making this remark especially for the benefit of those who are sitting on the fence or standing on the other side of the fence, every Nkwelle Ezunaka citizen in the USA should be proud to be associated with this wind of change.
Join and be counted.
It is not enough to just register, we need financially up-to-date and active members in large numbers to enable us make the much needed and desired difference in Nkwelle Ezunaka.
The outing was a success financially as the Union should have a sizable net income when all reports are in.
See you in Chicago, Illinois in 2010.
Thank you all and God bless.