Amb. Graham Elendu Elected President of Africans in Newcastle

Amb. Elendu Elected President, Africans in Newcastle, UK

In a significant milestone for the African community in Newcastle, Amb. Graham Elendu has been democratically elected as the pioneer President of Africans Living in Newcastle, UK. The organization, primarily comprising Nigerians, is poised to become a hub for information sharing, networking, and advocacy, bolstering the unity and empowerment of Africans in the region.

Ambassador Elendu’s election comes as a beacon of hope for many in the community, as he brings to the fore a wealth of experience and a fervent commitment to fostering purposeful leadership. Born into a family with a deep-rooted understanding of political dynamics, Amb. Elendu’s upbringing instilled in him a profound desire to uplift his fellow Nigerians, especially the youth, amidst prevailing challenges in leadership.

Amb. Elendu Elected President, Africans in Newcastle, UK
    Amb. Graham Elendu

    Africans Living in Newcastle, UK, stands as more than just a social gathering; it serves as a vital platform for Africans to share opportunities, network, and protect their interests in the community. Under Amb. Elendu’s stewardship, the organization is poised to amplify its role as a pressure group, advocating for the rights and welfare of Africans in Newcastle.

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    As the newly elected President, Amb. Elendu calls upon all Africans in Newcastle to join hands in building a stronger, more united community. With a commitment to inclusivity, empowerment, and advocacy, Africans Living in Newcastle, UK, is set to embark on a transformative journey under Ambassador Elendu’s leadership.

    • By Ken Gbados.


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