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Human right activist and one time Minister of Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili; accomplished writer and activist, Chimamanda Adiche alongside other Igbo women who have made great achievements in various works of life are in line to be honoured at the first edition of International Igbo Women Awards, taking place in October 2016.

The city of Houston and its surroundings were treated to a four night Cultural bliss (July 21 – 24, 2016) marking the 28th edition of the Bui Family Union National Convention at the Hilton Houston Westchase. The spotlight of the 28th reunion   was no other than the Cultural Ambassador from the grasslands of Kumbo Cameroon in the person of CHILLI.

The International Igbo Women Awards ( IIWA) 2016 which is the first of its kind, is founded by Nena Ubani, a community leader who is very passionate about promoting Igbo culture on the global scene.

The award is geared at recognizing the achievements of Igbo Women around the globe, especially those who have defiled all constraints to maintain their status as true Igbo women.

Usel International Hotel in collaboration with an indigenous Entertainment outfit Xsquad Entertainment presents ''#RaffiaCityIndustryNite #JulyEdition' 2016.
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Randa Eissa popularly known as Iferan is half Nigerian, half Egyptian and was born 2/1/1989. She’s a Capricorn and graduated from faculty of Maritime Logistics.

Randa always dreams of becoming a singer since she was 12, started training herself at 15, “I remember singing Hero for Mariah Carey in front of the mirror in the bathroom, and I was wondering why can’t I hit this high note? Will I ever be able to?” Randa says. Randa continued practicing and practicing teaching herself, until she was able to hit this dream high note at 17 and even much more.