Amiri Road Under Construction
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2012 Convention Invitation Card
The 2012 Convention
Invitation Card and Flyer are now available. Download and print as many
copies as you need from the links below.
Card | Convention
Chief Kenneth Chukwukere
Chair, Convention Planning Committee
June 3, 2012
2012 Convention Update
By Chief Ken Chukwukere
On behalf of United Amiri Association,
New Jersey, please be advised that this year's convention is scheduled to hold as follows:
Convention Party: Friday July 6, 2012
Legislative Session: Saturday July 7, 2012
Please make your air and hotel reservations now. Information on nearby
hotels will be provided here shortly.
Chief Ken Chukwukere
Chair, AIDU Planning Committee.
On behalf of United Amiri Association, New Jersey
May 11, 2012
By Nze Cosmas Nwerem
Amiri Ekele Na'ha Jesus!
I want to welcome all who went home to Amiri this past Christmas Holiday, and wish everyone well in the New Year 2012. Happy New Year to you all.
As your Public Relations Officer - PRO of AIDU, I brought with me a handful of
information. Continue Reading...
Children to Visit Germany
By Dike M. Uzoukwu
My beloved Citizens!
Greetings to all Amiri People and the AIDU family. Barely six years ago in the spring of 2006, while on my visit to Nigeria, and resting in my compound, there were noise and sounds of musical drums and jubilation around my premises. I sent one of my little cousins to go and find out what was
happening. The little boy returned moments later to alert me that it was a
gathering of Amiri people including four white people at Saint Gregory's Secondary School. I was speechless.
By Dike M. Uzoukwu
My greetings to all of
I am humbled to give you an update of our union since July 4th 2011.
Upon and after the election,
we created and streamlined our committees to make our task ahead easier in-order
for our AIDU family channels of communication to move faster. We removed
some emails after a while to help and free our email list. The new
executive created new committees and streamlined some. We did things
necessary to better serve you and our larger Amiri people. Continue...
Learn all about the
activities and achievements of all AIDU presidents from Dr Gerry Uba to Mr
Dike M. Uzoukwu. Click on a name to continue.
from the 2011 Convention
July 7, 2011
By courtesy of Dr Ken
Onyima, pictures from the 2011 convention party and legislative meeting
are now available on our website. To view them or to submit more pictures,
Meet the new executive
L-R: Mrs Ola Nnadili (Financial Secretary), Mr Iyk Oleka (Assistant
Secretary), Mr Zion Obi (Provost), Prince Vitalis Ogbeama (Vice
President), Mr Columbus Ojibe (Secretary), Mr Dike Uzoukwu (President),
Mrs Kate Ubom (Treasurer), Nze Cosman Nwerem (PRO). For more pictures, Click
Goodwill Message To
AIDU And Our Newly Elected Officers
By Teddy Ojibe. July 6, 2011
I want to thank God almighy for the
journey mercies granted to each and every of us during our convention
weekend in Maryland. It was nice seeing all of you as always. I am happy
that you have all gotten home safe to your respective destinations. I
applaud our brothers and sisters in Maryland/DC branch for hosting us and
putting up quite a show. I thank all of you for your sacrifices
financially and all the time invested in making this convention a
success. Continue reading...
Dike M. Uzoukwu Wins
AIDU Presidency By 1 Vote.
July 4, 2011
Dike M. Uzoukwu has emerged
as the new president of Amiri International Development Union, AIDU after
a closely contested election. Mr Uzoukwu of the Washington, DC chapter
defeated Prince Vitalis Ogbeama of Oregon chapter by a razor thin margin
of 1 vote. The final tally was 18 votes for Mr Uzoukwu and 17 votes for
Prince Ogbeama. Continue reading...
Mbubu Autonomous Community
"Staff of Office" Handed to Mbubu Today
By Nze Cosmas Nwerem
Congratulations to all,
With profound elation, and joy I want to inform you that Mbubu Autonomous
Community has received their Staff of Office today, adding to the number
of autonomous communities in Oru East in general, and Amiri Clan in
particular. Amaopkara still stands with Amiri-Oru. Continue