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The communique signed by Mr Keneth Gbandi, the Chairman of NIDOE, representatives of the various political parties and the NGOs respectively was issued at the end of a conference anchored in Germany and made available to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Abuja.
Gbandi, who also expressed his sincere appreciation to the global leadership of NIDO and the Central Executive Council as well as Board of Trustees (BOT) of NIDOE, consisting of all the European Chapters, for their overwhelming support for the London Diaspora Conference, disclosed that over 150 participants had already registered for the event.
7.) In a desperate publication of 28 April 2018 titled aWhy we need to stand our ground on Diaspora Day 2018' ( ), NIDOE chairman claimed that a majority vote, NWW proposed for a change in the way Diaspora Day (DD) is celebrated....' And that aAll NIDO Europe Chapters (BOT) unanimously endorsed the NIDOWW initiative through a clear democratic process....'.