ANAMBRA State Community Association in Thailand has offered to partner the Anambra State Government in providing international training for youths in the areas of agribusiness and information technology, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports.
This was contained in a press release jointly signed by the president of the association, Mr Charles Okoye and the secretary general, Mr Isaac Egwuonwu during a meeting of the association where the new executive of the association emerged.
The statement explained that the association having trained and empowered many ndi Anambra who are residents in Thailand to obtain skills and currently running different successful agro-based factories in the South Asian country are equipped to provide the state and the teeming youths the required support in agribusiness training.
He congratulated Governor Soludo on his inauguration as the sixth democratically elected governor of the state, explaining that the new executive of Anambra State Community Association in Thailand had in-depth observation on the Soludo administration and found that it is truly ready to deliver on its mandate to build a prosperous and livable homeland, hence decided to extend its hands of fellowship to the state government.
The association further extolled Governor Soludo for his sustained efforts to restore people’s confidence in governance.
Mr Okoye explained further that the partnership can further strengthen the Anambra and Thailand student exchange programme which will empower Anambra youths to acquire skills in different fields in information technology and other technical areas while being exposed to other opportunities available.
Meanwhile, members of the new executive of the Anambra State Community Association In Thailand, in an election described by International observers as commendable and to be emulated elected Mr Chukwuneye Okoye, president, Vice President, Mr. Marshall Helix, the General Secretary, Mr Isaac Egwuonwu, the Financial Secretary, Mr. Chigbogu Ezenagu and the treasurer, Mr Chukwuemeka Obi.
Others are Welfare officer, Dr. Arinze Udeagbala, the Public Relations Officer, Mr. Okwuchukwu Iwuchukwu, the Speaker, Mr Obinna Okeke, the Provost, Mr. Okechukwu Eze and the assistant Provost, Mr. Anyadike Emenike-Oba.
The new executive also have Mr Uchenna Nwadibe as welfare officer two, Chief Chukwuebuka Muoneke as provost two, Mr. Daniel Sotochukwu Sergeant at arms, Mr. Obiemezie Okeke Sergeant at arms two and Mr. Chukwuka Chukwuemeka Welfare officer three.