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Immaculata Igbo: Current President

Immaculata Igbo: Current President

Tenure: September 1, 2011 to Present. Established Term Life insurance for members willing to participate. Oversaw two medical missions. Increased Iriji funding to $5,000.00. Established Bank Account under AOI’s Name. Revitalized AOI newsletter to professional standard. Over saw two donations of

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Vincent Eleri: Past President

Vincent Eleri: Past President

Tenure: September 1, 2009 to August 31, 2011. Oversaw the celebration of Professor Ottenberg’s Onikara with the benefactor, Sam Irem. Oversaw one Medical Mission. Served with Dr. Anthony Egwu, Rebecca Okocha and Rebecca

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Okey Nkama: Past President

Okey Nkama: Past President

Tenure: September: 1, 2004 to August 31, 2009. First Medical mission, and three subsequent ones. Established Iriji funding at $3,000.00. Constitution Review. Tenure term changed from 1 to 2 years. Registered AOI as non-profit

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Sam Irem: Past President

Sam Irem: Past President

Tenure: September 1, 1999 to August 31, 2004. Adoption of the constitution. Name was changed to AOI given that membership is defined in the constitution. Introduced the $25.00 per person or $50.00 per family Iriji fees. Initiated

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Pat Utom: Past President

Pat Utom: Past President

Tenure period: September 1, 1997 to August 31, 1999. Initiated the formalization of then Old Afikpo Division Development Association in United States of America. Introduced the $100.00 per year annual membership dues.

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Greg Ota: Past President

Greg Ota: Past President

Tenure period: 1993 – 1997. Started the then Afikpo Development Association (ADA) in the Tri-State Area of New Jersey / New York / Connecticut. Helped orchestrate the formation and formalization of Greater Afikpo Progressive

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