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Architect Fifi Ejindu inducted as President of Angola-Nigeria Business Council



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Renowned cerebral Architect and fashion connoisseur; Princess Fifi Ekanem Ejindu has made herself available for selfless service to humanity, her family, and her country.

So, at any given opportunity, she is never ashamed to pitch the enormous opportunity that lies in her country Nigeria to her connections of friends and investors worldwide.

Being the first Black African woman to graduate in Architecture from the Pratt Institute in New York has opened her horizon in building and nurturing with attention to detail and a love for high taste which is quite evident in her lifestyle.

The Billionaire businesswoman last week Wednesday the 18th of October shone like a star walking gracefully with a charming gait fitted in her free-flowing designer Wine, silver and black scaly gown flanked by her hubby and her son, where she received an award as an Iconic Female Entrepreneur of the year at the just concluded Democracy Hero Award at the Congress Hall, Transcrop Hilton, Abuja.

On Thursday the 19th of October, at the First Interactive Diplomatic/Business Forum for Angola-Nigeria in Transcorp Hilton, Abuja, she was equally inducted as the President of the Angola-Nigeria Business Council by the former President of the Senate; Dr Bukola Saraki alongside other eminent members who will ensure a smooth trade and investment relationship between Angola-Nigeria.

She will bring her experience and negotiation skills to strengthen trade ties and potentials that will benefit Nigeria when the country needs foreign direct investment to strengthen its economy and create jobs.

In her acceptance speech, Princess Fifi disclosed that; she is passionate about the growth of Africa and by extension Angola and Nigeria, two countries she would be representing.

She is more optimistic that; her induction as President of the Business Forum will birth a smooth symbiotic relationship and also foster positive economic gains which will affect the two countries’ GDP.