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The quintessential and fire brand member representing Okigwe South in the Nigeria House of Representatives, Abuja, Hon. Deacon Chike Okafor, has been a topical issue in the world stage as the Obowo born crown Prince, engaged people of different diversity on a global intellectual ride at various Lecture theatres he delivered lectures both in United Kingdom and United States of America for the past one weeks he left the shores of Africa, building bridges using high diplomatic and intellectual shuttles.

Ifeanyicy.com gathered that the former Zenith Banker Manager and Commissioner of Finance, Imo State took the center stage at the department of Politics, University of Surrey, United Kingdom,where he delivered a lecture on the Theme: Africa's Troubled Giant, Reflections on Economic and Political Turmoil in NIGERIA.

Not done with that, our sources revealed that the Chairman of House of Representatives Committee on Healthcare Services took the world on yet another ride, this time, at the Eastern Kentucky University, United States of America, where he delivered  another lecture Titled "Reflections on Health Care Services in Nigeria and the Challenges of Medical Tourism".

That the ovation in the centres of excellence were high was an understatement for Hon. Chike Okafor, who did not disappoint. People with different conceptual minds gathered to listen to him. They equally engaged him on intellectual exercise that lasted for hours.

Indeed, for Prince Chike, the lectures , it's delivering environments and topics , will forever remain indelibly inscribed in his minds and memory of the participants who were taken on a long ride lecture by the indefatigable guest lecturer, Deacon Chike John Okafor, coming from the African soil is a welcome development.

It was indeed a moment of bliss as Chike, that graduate of Imo State University, Owerri, stand tall in a global competitive intellectual environment, far away United Kingdom and United States of America.












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