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ACCF: Traditional Royal Fathers

1. HRM, OTUMFO OSEI-TUTU 11 (The king of Asantehene Kingdom Ghana)

 

2. HRM OBA BABATUNDE OSUOLALE AREMU AKIOLU 1 (The Oba of Lagos)

 

3. HRH IGWE NNEAEMEKA ALFRED ACHEBE (The obi of Onitsha)

 

4. Chief Solomon Ogbonna (The youngest Prolific Art collector in Africa. ACCF Patron)

 

5. HRM  King Godwill Zwelithinikabhekuzulu (The King of ZULU kingdom South Africa)

 

6. HRH King  SODI MOHAMMED VI of Morocco (The King of Morocco)

 

 

 

ACCF Family tree

  1. Chief Chukwunwike M. Esiole.  ACCF: Founder/President General. Nigeria.
  2. MR Francis Ndagiyisa Sokomba  ACCF International Coordinator Nigeria. 
  3. Chief Horace Reindorf : ACCF Secretary General, Ghana
  4. Mr. Emole Omnwuchekwa: ACCF National Secretary Ghana
  5. Lady Oluna Fumilayo Ruth Shodna: ACCF National Secretary Nigeria.
  6. Chief Mrs. Hilda Missiratu Raji : ACCF  Executive Director. Ghana
  7. Chief Mrs. Tracy Omejeuwe Esiole: ACCF Executive Director. Nigeria
  8. Chief Simon Obidimbu Onuigbo:  ACCF Executive Director. Nigeria.
  9. MR Kwame Nsiah-Apau: ACCF Cultural Ambassador Ghana
  10. MR Rawlings Nii Armah Adamis:  ACCF Ambassador UK
  11. MR Gabriel Obiefoka: ACCF Ambassador USA
  12. Chief Benjamin Akobundu Nwosu. ACCF Ambassador Holland.
  13. Chief Benson Okoli: ACCF Ambassador Ghana
  14. Chief Christopher Udunna Onyema: ACCF Ambassador Australia.
  15. MR Nwachukwu Donatus Chukwudi ACCF Ambassador Nigeria
  16. MR Thabo. T. Dlamini ACCF Ambassador South Africa.
  17. MR William Agbeko Segbedzi ACCF Cultural Ambassador Ghana
  18. HRH Eze  Dr, John Nwosu Eze ndi Igbo of Mushin Land Lagos. ACCF Cultural Ambassador
  19. Chief Chinedu Stephen Onyemaechi.  ACCF Cultural Ambassador Nigeria

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Background information

African Farmers and Cultural Organization (AFCO) is a Non-Governmental organization/NON-profit Organization Endorsed by International Organization of Folk Art/UNESCO, in keeping UNESCO convention of self-guiding tangible and intangible cultural heritages, as well as showcasing the diverse crops of economic importance to our International Trade, covering 179 countries of the world, 8 highlands, and 3600 UNESCO Youth Clubs worldwide, we are also a member of International Dancing council (CID) France and World Association of NGO (WANGO) we are collaborating  with African Traditional Rulers and chieftaincy title holders to promote Africa and her produces..ReadMore