Nigerian Canadians for Cultural and Educational and Economic Progress (NCCEEP) celebrated its 5th annual Omoluabi Black History Month recently. The event took place at WFCU Banquet Hall, Windsor, Ontario and featured Sokoni B.E.P Ontario Black Businesses, presentations, musical performances, guest speakers and more.
The theme of the event is “Bravery.”
The event was attended by David A. Epp MP, a Canadian politician who represents the riding of Chatham-Kent—Leamington in the House of Commons of Canada, Ed Sleiman, Windsor City Councillor, Gary McNamara, Mayor of Tecumseh; Stephen Laforet, Windsor Fire Chief.
While talking about the event, Dave Epp tweeted: “This past Sunday, I had the honour of attending the Nigerian Canadians for Cultural and Educational and Economic Progress (NCCEEP) 5th annual Omoluabi Black History Month celebration.
“The theme for Black History Month this year is “Ours to Tell” and the Omoluabi principle theme is “Bravery”, which was beautifully presented at this event.
“Pictured below from left to right – NCCEEP Board Member Adefunke Sabageh, Ed Sleiman Windsor City Councillor, Mayor of Tecumseh Gary McNamara, head and founder of NCCEEP Abiola Afolabi, myself and Windsor Fire Chief Stephen Laforet..”
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