Igbo Amaka Cultural Institute celebrates two years of establishment of waxing strong and progressive.
In her caption, Ngozi recalls how she craved for having workers who would stand the test of time, and be the driving force of the organization.
“I wanted individuals that will let me BE me without judging me and the only family can do that…God answered and BLESSED ME with these brothers & sisters of mine.” She captions.
Before @igboamakacultural was founded, I prayed to God for brothers & sisters who will help me run this organization. We all came from different family but look at us together, we are very BOUNDED as FAMILY…this is all I asked of God. I wanted individuals that will appreciate my imperfections, my IGBOTIC LIFESTYLE 🤣, I wanted individuals that will let me BE me without judging me and only family can do that…God answered and BLESSED ME with these brothers & sisters of mine. I hold them so dearly and very loyal to them!!! They have built Igbo Amaka Cultural Institute into an amazing and prominent organization she is today, not only within the igbo community but also globally… We started like play like play now we are here…cheee, we global now!🙌 The journey has only started…we will achieve our goals… Igbo Amaka Cultural Institute has come to STAY…2 years down, many more years to go. …Last Friday we celebrated our 2nd Anniversary as well as launched the new section of our organization which is the AFRICAN, AFRICAN -AMERICANS UNITE…(If you know the story of Arochukwu in Abia, you will understand the reason why this new section was very important; also it's time we bridge the gap between Africans & African-Americans…having them in my Igbo class every semester and observing the things I observed ; I knew it was about time)–For this new section, we will unfold alot we have planned when time comes! And we are using this opportunity to announce the expansion of our organization to Nigeria!!!🙌 ❤️…South-East we coming with packages! So our Nigerian fans…say no more, we getting ready for y'all!!!! 🙌 The E-BOARD MEMBERS of @igboamakacultural looking sharp, Chukwu gọzie unu (God bless y'all) Ahụrụ m unu n'anya nke ukwuu! 😍😍😍😉
The founder, however, uses the platform to announce the intention of expanding the organization to Nigeria.
In a bid to bridge the gap between Africans & African-Americans, Ngozi says her organization is dedicated to starting a program titled- ‘AFRICAN, AFRICAN -AMERICANS UNITE.’