Special Women Dance Group of Otu-Umuokpu Anambra prepares a 2019 outing in Houston

The group’s founder “Nneora” Jenny Ogadi who would likely join the president to lead this Dance Group. Nneora represents the group’s Traditional Mother. She  said that the major objective of this dance event is to showcase the Anambra culture through traditional music and dance.

International Guardian, Houston – TX: The  Otu-Umuokpu Anambra, USA Association is ready to showcase its prestigious women dance, the group’s leader, Chief Lady, Dr. Queen Ozigbo said.  Houston headquarters as it is referred to, Otu-Umuokpu Anambra USA prides prominent women of Anambra natives. Their mission has inspired not only the protection of the Igbo traditional values and cultures, but also a series of charitable projects back home in Nigeria.

 According to Chief Dr. Ozigbo, OtuUmuokpu Women Dance will showcase the very popular traditional songs and dance styles in Anambra. “You know that we represents a very significant segment of the Igbo Society in Anambra State, and Houston being a city where Igbos are well populated, this event means a lot to both our indigenes and the city,” Chief Dr. Ozigbo said.

The group’s founder “Nneora” Jenny Ogadi would likely join the president to lead this Dance Group. Nneora represents the group’s Traditional Mother. She  said that the major objective of this dance event is to showcase the Anambra culture through traditional music and dance. “Houston as we all know is a well diverse environment and it is our mission to share our rich culture with this population,”  Nneora said.

Group’s President, Chief Lady, Dr. Queen Ozigbo (forefront) … “We are not a social club, or a political entity. We are a family; a communion of sisterhood bonded in fatherhood to promote our culture and perfect our community, families, and individual social and economic prospects. Therefore we are inviting every Houstonian to be a part of this great tradition.”

Otu- Umuokpu Anambra, USA Association is a community of all paternal daughters of Anambra State of Nigeria with the core mission to promote and uphold the welfare and culture her members; and foster unity, love, and harmony among them. The group has since its inception shared the uniformity of their ancestry as a unifying tool for community development and bonding of sisterhood.

Date, venue and other details of this event will be announced. Chief Dr. Ozigbo said the event would be free to all guests. “We are not a social club, or a political entity. We are a family; a communion of sisterhood bonded in fatherhood to promote our culture and perfect our community, families, and individual social and economic prospects. Therefore we are inviting every Houstonian to be a part of this great tradition,” she said.

For more information about Otu-Umuokpu Anambra, USA Association, Inc., please call 281-222-8084; or 832-640-6329; Or visit their  website – click ► ►

WATCH: 2019 Charity Project by Otu-Umuokpu Anambra, USA Association, Inc.  A Documentary by Anambra Broadcasting Service, Anambra State – Click ► ►

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