Ambassador Club of Nigeria, Ghana an NGO founded by HRM Dr Ihenetu has the following as it’s executives: Hon Chief O.C Mbah (President),
Hon Abbey Emeto (Vice President),
Hon Pascal Chukwudi (Secretary),
Hon Marshall Ikemefula (financial Secretary), and Hon Frank Okoro (Provost). The club has many members across the country.
While handing over the school to the authorities, HRM Dr Ihenetu said he was moved by the plight of the pupils, hence the foundation embarked on the project and to God be the glory, the dream has become a reality.
Looking at the pupils as they play in the field, the Royal Father said: “It really gives me joy that these students will move into brand new classroom that has staff room, laboratory and toilet facilities. It is also very spacious with large windows for ventilation.”
Earlier in the week, HRM Dr Ihenetu paid courtesy visit to Nigeria High Commissioner, Ghana , His Excellency Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas.
During the meeting, the Royal father and the High Commissioner deliberated on how to better the lives of Nigerians living in Ghana.
In a statement, Eze Dr Ihenetu said for decades, Ndigbo in Ghana had lived peacefully with the host community adding that when trade dispute arose. between Nigerian traders and Ghana Trade union, HRM
Ihenetu in conjunction with Nigeria High Commission and other notable Nigerians stood their ground to ensure that the issue was resolved for good.
In his words, HRM Dr Ihenetu said Ndigbo Ghana have continued to be law abiding obeying the laws of the land.
“I want to assure His Excellency that Ndigbo and other Nigerians in Ghana will continue to be law abiding in our dealings in area of trade and other ways of live.
We are here to look for our daily bread and as such will do our business within the ambit of the law,” he said.