Ekpebua House 2019 to focus on Ewu Economic Empowerment, wealth creation, conferment of awards.

Ekpebua House 2019 to focus on Ewu Economic Empowerment, wealth creation, conferment of awards

By Osajele Godsent Jomo

Ewu 17th July, 2019

The Ekpebua House 2019, an annual event of the Ewu Progress Foundation (EPF) is to focus on Ewu Economic Empowerment, wealth creation and conferment of internal and external awards on deserving Ewu Indigenes.

This was revealed to esan.tv by the president of EPF, Engr Fidelis Edokpa in Ewu Esan Central Local Government Area of Edo State.

According to the president “like Chattam House of the United Kingdom, the Ekpebua House of Ewu Kingdom seek to create a platform in which problems facing Ewu Community will be deliberated and solutions proffered to identified problems for the overall development and progress of Ewu Kingdom.”

Engr Edokpa further disclosed that “this year edition of Ekpebua House which is the 2nd Edition is an improvement on the first edition which took place last year.

According to the EPF leader, “the line up of activities for this year edition are all directed at proffering solutions to the various militating issues affecting Ewu Kingdom in areas of economic empowerment, security, wealth creation, market women empowerment and most importantly, the official kickoff of EPF run Cooperative Stores. You can see that this year edition is going to be great considering the line up of activities for the annual event which has been scheduled to hold on the 10th of August 2019 at the Community Town Hall in Eguare Ewu Edo State beginning from 10AM.”

Engr Edokpa added that “EPF has finalized plans to confer internal and external awards on members and deserving Ewu Indigenes for their selfless contribution to the development of the community.”

He therefore call on all Ewu Indigenes all over the world especially members of EPF to seize the opportunity of Ekpebua House to visit home in August and lend a hand to EPF’s effort to rebuild the Ewu Community of our dream stating that “Ewu belongs to all of us and its our collective responsibility to promote her greatness and progress”, he said.

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