But it didn't stop there. It was an NFL fueled gala night. In attendance were, Jameill Showers safety for the Dallas Cowboys, Steven Terrell, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, Chidobe Awuzie, cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, Jonathan Williams, running back for the New Orleans Saints, Uzoma "Eazy" Nwachukwu, wide receiver who is currently a free agent, and of course Cedric Ogbuehi, offensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals. Other special guests included, the President of the Igbo Community Association of Nigeria DFW, Chief (Atty) Eddie Nwokocha and the First Lady Chief (Atty) Mrs. Cordelia Nwokocha, the former First Lady of of the Igbo Community Association of Nigeria DFW, Lady Chinyere Okonkwo, Abia State Association National President, Mr. & Mrs. Chibuzor Ngwakwe (Agburuike Hotels,) Sir Joe Madu, President of USAfrica Chamber of Commerce.
Of course, nobody lost sight of what the evening was really about – the guest speaker, Major General Adeniyi Adams, reminded everybody of the importance of the cause and helped to explain just why it's so important that we help where we can. It was a huge success in raising much-needed funds to build homes for the destitute in Nigeria, and a credit to the wonderful organizers. There are a few photos available below and should be more to come.
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