South African Miss Heritage PTY, the organisers of Miss Heritage Global, partners with Prince Ned Nwoko Foundation to host a press Conference ahead of the Miss Heritage Global (MHG) event slated to hold in October in Abuja, Nigeria.
At the press conference, the President of (MHG), Mr Nhlanhla Shabangu, gave news men an insight on what is expected of the event.
In his words, “it will be a gathering of 60 countries in the city of Abuja and we are glad to be here.”
The Project Coordinator of the Prince Ned Nwoko Malaria Eradication Project, Mr Chukwuebuka Anyaduba, was at the press conference and opined that the partnership is expected to spread across the continent, along with the message of the Foundation which is a Malaria Free Nigeria and Africa.
In his words, “We believe that there is no better way to advocate the Malaria Eradication Project other than at a gathering of over 60 countries.”
The event is to be co-organized with the Entertainment Economic Summit Africa, headed by Alhaji Musa Mantu Ibrahim, the Wali of Gindiri. The latter exercised satisfaction and confidence in the capacity of Nigeria to host the event and that the strict protocols of Covid-19 will be observed.