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Envoy to honour Mohbad with Independence Day dinner in New York

30th September 2023

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The Consul General of Nigeria in New York, Ambassador Lot Egopija, has revealed that the late Nigerian rapper, Mohbad, would be honoured with an Independence Day event coming up on October 2.

Egopija made the revelation while urging Nigerians living in the U.S. to be hopeful about the future of the country and its leadership during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in New York as Nigerians at home and abroad commemorate the 63rd Independence Day Anniversary of the country.

The theme of the anniversary is “Nigeria@63, Renewed Hope for Unity and Prosperity.’’

Egopija said the Consulate would host a dinner on Monday, October 2, in collaboration with OAN after the flag-raising event.https://live.primis-amp.tech/content/video/amp/videoIframe.php?s=113240#amp=1

“My message to Nigerians is, ‘We should be hopeful and we should hold on to our belief that we will all arrive at our destination’.

“As the president has admonished us, let us ensure that even as the government renews our hope through its policies, we will also do everything to follow and ensure that we attain our desired goals,’’ he said.

He added, “Unfortunately, we had earlier invited MohBad, who recently passed on, to perform as the special artist at the festival; having lost him, we will honour him with the event.

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“Also, many cultural groups will perform; Nigerians and Nigerian associations in America who want to showcase their culture and promote tourism in their respective ethnic groups are welcomed.

“Mayor Eric Adams has also agreed to participate with us to ensure the success of the festival and the parade.

“The parade will start at 2nd Avenue and East 54th Street and will proceed to East 44th and ends at Dag Hammarskjold Park where the festival will be held,” he said.

The envoy, however, urged every Nigerian to come for the celebrations, saying, “It is only in our celebration of Nigeria that we can come together and it is in togetherness that we can overcome our challenges.’’

The envoy said hope is alive and hope is being renewed, according to the president’s “Renewed Hope Agenda”.

Most Widely Read Newspaper

Envoy to honour Mohbad with Independence Day dinner in New York

30th September 2023

Late Mohbad

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The Consul General of Nigeria in New York, Ambassador Lot Egopija, has revealed that the late Nigerian rapper, Mohbad, would be honoured with an Independence Day event coming up on October 2.

Egopija made the revelation while urging Nigerians living in the U.S. to be hopeful about the future of the country and its leadership during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in New York as Nigerians at home and abroad commemorate the 63rd Independence Day Anniversary of the country.

The theme of the anniversary is “Nigeria@63, Renewed Hope for Unity and Prosperity.’’

Egopija said the Consulate would host a dinner on Monday, October 2, in collaboration with OAN after the flag-raising event.https://live.primis-amp.tech/content/video/amp/videoIframe.php?s=113240#amp=1

“My message to Nigerians is, ‘We should be hopeful and we should hold on to our belief that we will all arrive at our destination’.

“As the president has admonished us, let us ensure that even as the government renews our hope through its policies, we will also do everything to follow and ensure that we attain our desired goals,’’ he said.

He added, “Unfortunately, we had earlier invited MohBad, who recently passed on, to perform as the special artist at the festival; having lost him, we will honour him with the event.

https://d-716449388214018439.ampproject.net/2309151607000/nameframe.html

“Also, many cultural groups will perform; Nigerians and Nigerian associations in America who want to showcase their culture and promote tourism in their respective ethnic groups are welcomed.

“Mayor Eric Adams has also agreed to participate with us to ensure the success of the festival and the parade.

“The parade will start at 2nd Avenue and East 54th Street and will proceed to East 44th and ends at Dag Hammarskjold Park where the festival will be held,” he said.

The envoy, however, urged every Nigerian to come for the celebrations, saying, “It is only in our celebration of Nigeria that we can come together and it is in togetherness that we can overcome our challenges.’’

The envoy said hope is alive and hope is being renewed, according to the president’s “Renewed Hope Agenda”.

Most Widely Read Newspaper

Envoy to honour Mohbad with Independence Day dinner in New York

30th September 2023

Late Mohbad

Agency Report

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The Consul General of Nigeria in New York, Ambassador Lot Egopija, has revealed that the late Nigerian rapper, Mohbad, would be honoured with an Independence Day event coming up on October 2.

Egopija made the revelation while urging Nigerians living in the U.S. to be hopeful about the future of the country and its leadership during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in New York as Nigerians at home and abroad commemorate the 63rd Independence Day Anniversary of the country.

The theme of the anniversary is “Nigeria@63, Renewed Hope for Unity and Prosperity.’’

Egopija said the Consulate would host a dinner on Monday, October 2, in collaboration with OAN after the flag-raising event.https://live.primis-amp.tech/content/video/amp/videoIframe.php?s=113240#amp=1

“My message to Nigerians is, ‘We should be hopeful and we should hold on to our belief that we will all arrive at our destination’.

“As the president has admonished us, let us ensure that even as the government renews our hope through its policies, we will also do everything to follow and ensure that we attain our desired goals,’’ he said.

He added, “Unfortunately, we had earlier invited MohBad, who recently passed on, to perform as the special artist at the festival; having lost him, we will honour him with the event.

https://d-716449388214018439.ampproject.net/2309151607000/nameframe.html

“Also, many cultural groups will perform; Nigerians and Nigerian associations in America who want to showcase their culture and promote tourism in their respective ethnic groups are welcomed.

“Mayor Eric Adams has also agreed to participate with us to ensure the success of the festival and the parade.

“The parade will start at 2nd Avenue and East 54th Street and will proceed to East 44th and ends at Dag Hammarskjold Park where the festival will be held,” he said.

The envoy, however, urged every Nigerian to come for the celebrations, saying, “It is only in our celebration of Nigeria that we can come together and it is in togetherness that we can overcome our challenges.’’

The envoy said hope is alive and hope is being renewed, according to the president’s “Renewed Hope Agenda”.

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