Friday, 21 December 2012


                 SEASONAL GREETING

The Online Community Members of Achara Ihechiowa (a.ka.ASUAMI)

Joyfully welcomeall her Sons and Daughters to our Blessed Land especially our Visitors. Truly, We Love You All

However,the Online Community Members of Achara Ihechiowa Network Forum joyfully inviteall her Network Users such as: Facebook, Myspace, Youtube,, Yookos,Twitter, Yahoo, Google, Linkedin, Groupspaces, Nairaland, Nigeria-Best-Forum,Naijapals, Vconnect,, Skye, Yahoo-Messenger etc. to their one day Congress holdas schedule:

Date: Tuesday, January 3, 2013

Venue: Eyimba Hall, Ebem Achara Market Square

Time: 12:00 Noon Prompt

Agenda: Jobs, Scholarships, ICT Training, Networking,Personal Development, God-Father, Career Success, Entrepreneurial Development,Admission Strategies


Please, we encourage every young graduates,undergraduate, JAMB bites, Pre-Degree Students, SSCE Holders, NCE Holders, HNDHolders, Postgraduates Students, Business Dealers, Workers, Researchers,Ministers to attend this wonderful Congress and keep to the Time as beenschedule.

The Forum alsowelcome any interested Presenters, Speakers, Web Designers, Data EntryOperators, Programmers, Data Analysts, Journalists to this very gathering as wejoin hands together to re-structure, re-engineer and rebuild our God’s givenblessed Land. We believed, together we can make a different and it possible,but “WE” must all pray to tap the “GRACE of “GOD”.

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Thursday, 20 December 2012

Achara: Notice of Congress-2013

we really hope to announce a DATE,VENUE AND TIME for Achara Network Forum/Asuami Kwenu Congress for all user of ICT both on facebook, Yahoo,,, myspace,yookos,,google ect latest before DECEMBER 25, 2012. SO all online Browsers Stay in Tune. You can as as well visit our portal at: or at: or at:

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Achara Ihechiowa Network Forum (AINF) Congratulate His Excellency: Chief Dr. Theodore Ahanefula Orji (Ochendo) – AINF COORDINATOR
The Online Community Members of Achara Ihechiowa Network Forum (AINF) in Arochukwu Local Government Area of Abia State wishes to congratulate our beloved Governor, His Excellency, Chief (Dr.) Theodore Ahanefula Orji (Ochendo) for his one year in the office with uncountable infrastructural Development Projects in Arochukwu and beyond. We pray that your remaining tenure in the office would ensure the continuity of restructuring and rebuilding of the space of development that needed your assistant in ACHARA IHECHIOWA. May your laudable policies and future vision serve to move our beloved state beyond people’s expectation and as well pilot the affairs of Abians. Congratulations Your Excellency.

AINF Online Community Members
Phone: 08064451455

Saturday, 26 May 2012

About Evangelist Nnanna Kalu

Evangelist Nnana Kalu is a native of Achara Ihechiowa in Arochukwu Local Government Area , Abia State, Nigeria.  He was born into a very poor family, the father being a farmer and a part time pastor in a church that didn’t really believe in all the truth of the Bible.  He languished in this poverty until he finished the primary school without hope of going any further in education.However, a strange inspiration came upon him after the Nigeria civil war which led to him locking up himself in his father’s house to read for the University of London General Certificate of Education Examination which came up every January in the early 1970s.  His ambition was to become a medical doctor.  So he sat in the house and memorized the science subjects without seeing a laboratory.  He took the G.C.E. and cleared the papers in top grades.  With the results, he got admission into the University of Nigeria, Nsukka to study Pharmacy.  He graduated with honours in 1978 and then went neck deep into the practice of pharmacy.
Because of this unexpected success, he resisted the Gospel of Jesus Christ until He went to do the Nigeria National Youth Service corps duties.

In February, 1980, in Gombe town in the Northern part of Nigeria, when he was basking in the  glory of his achievements educationally and otherwise, he received a visitation in his bedroom when deep a sleep at night.  A hand touched him on the bed and he was literarily thrown off the bed and before he hit the floor, all the sins he ever committed from the time he had the first memory as a child descended upon him as heavy weights trying to crush him to death.  As he cried and confessed each sin to God the weights left him as they came and deep down his heart the voice of Jesus sounded and told him all about the plans of God for his life.  He began from that day to share his testimony and preach to lead others to Christ.  He has done this with a passion, travelling to different countries of the world.

In 1992, the Lord asked him to resign from pharmacy and go to full time evangelistic and teaching ministry.  Evangelist Nnana Kalu has pursued this calling with a passion and the Lord has been working with him confirming the word of God from his mouth with various healings and miracles such as opening the eyes of the blind, raising the paralyzed, removing of cancers and some other outstanding miracles.
Nnana Kalu is available for ministry anywhere, anytime.  He is completely sold out to Jesus as a bond servant who has sworn to serve his Master for life.  Evangelist Nnana Kalu received a national honour for outstanding performance from the Federal Government Of Nigeria. Reverend Nnana Kalu was ordained a Clergy in November 1999.

Profile of Dr. Umachi Nnukwu Umachi

Dr. Umachi Nnukwu Umachi was born on April 20, 1936, at Achara, Ihechiowa in Abia State of Nigeria, to Mazi Nnukwu Kalu Umachi and Madam Ori Nnukwu Umachi. After his graduation from the University of Detroit, Dr. Umachi worked for two large Insurance Companies, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U.S. and the Sun Life of Canada as an Agency Assistant.He later became a Charter Life Underwriter.
In 1978, he became a part-time instructor for Wayne State University and Wayne Community College.He later joined the Detroit Public Schools in 1982 as an Adult Education teacher.He was encouraged and went back to school.He graduated in 1986 with a PhD in Higher Education.
In 1987, he was offered the position of Junior Administrative Assistant by the Detroit Board of Education and worked at the School Center Building.In 1992 he was assigned to the African Heritage Cultural Center where he worked as a Program Associate.
Dr. Umachi advocated African Culture.He remained at the Center until his reassignment in 2001 as the Administrator in charge of the Harris Adult Education Center.He worked at this Center until he suffered a massive stroke that led to his retirement from the Detroit Public Schools System in 2001.
Dr. Umachi departed this world in the early hours of Saturday, January 10, 2004, at the Sinai- Grace Hospital after a prolonged illness.He will always be remembered for the special life he lived and the legacy he left behind.He loved people and was greatly loved by all.
His greatest pride and joy was his family.He was a devoted husband and father.He had so much admiration and appreciation for his wife and children and saw so much beauty in them.
Dr. Umachi was a God-fearing man.He was an active member of the Presbyterian Church in Nigeria and here in the U.S.He served as a deacon and elder at Fort Street Presbyterian Church.He also fellowshipped at the Church of the Living God Full Gospel Ministries in Detroit.
He was a highly respected and honored member and a great leader in the Nigerian community.He was a founding member of the Nigerian Foundation of Michigan, a lifetime patron of the Ibo Cultural Association of Michigan and the founder and the first president of the Old Bende Cultural Association of Michigan and Ihechiowa Development Union (IDU).He was also a member of various other organizations, including the organizations of School Administrators of Michigan.
Dr. Umachi left to cherish his memories, his wife, Mrs. Ngozi S.Umachi, four sons; Samuel N. Umachi, Chukwuemeka O. Umachi, Chinedum K. Umachi and Chidi O. Umachi.

Friday, 25 May 2012

Hon. Chidi Elebua Obasi hails from Amainima Compound, Achara Ihechiowa, Arochukwu LGA, Abia State. He has served our community as a Senior Prefect during his Secondary Education in 1984; Financial Secretary, and later Chairman, Achara Ihechiowa Patriotic Union, Onitsha Branch; presently Secretary of Achara Ihechiowa indigenes living in Lagos and Secretary of Ihechiowa Development Union (I. D. U), Lagos Branch.. However, he is a graduate of accountancy and holds a masters degree in Banking and Finance from Lagos State University. He has also worked in four bank-related financial institutions and presently the Operations Manager of Key Bureau De Change, Lagos State. To God be the glory

Friday, 20 April 2012

Biography of Late Mrs. Alu Nnennaya Ogbonnaya Okemiri

Biography of Late Mrs. Alu Nnennaya Ogbonnaya Okemiri
(Nnennaya Solomon, 1955-2012)

Mrs. Alu (Nnennaya) Ogbonnaya Okemiri was born in 1955 to the family of late Chief Solomon Kalu Usu and Mrs. Ude Solomon Usu of Ndi Echi Compound, Achara Ihechiowa, Arochukwu Local Government Area, Abia State.  She was the first female issue of her parents.  She attended Eleoha Presbyterian School, Achara Ihechiowa where she obtained her primary six certificate.
On successful completion of her primary six education. Nnennaya got married and had eight children pf which four of them are living today to the glory of God. Nnennaya was devout and dedicated Christian and a member of The Apostolic church (TAC). She was a hard-working mother, loving and caring for her immediate family and all those come in contact with her.  Her humbly and unassuming nature endeared her to many people.  Her ever-smiling face will be greatly missed by all.  Nnennaya had some challenging moments in her life.  She became indisposed and for many years all efforts made to overcome the situation proved fruitless.  To the will and glory of God, she breathes her last on Tuesday 24th January, 2012. May her gentle soul rest imperfect peace. Amen.
She is survived by the following:
Children: Mrs. Nene Orji Okorie(Daughter), Mr. Uchenna Ogbonnaya Okemiri (Orimiri-son), Miss Lebechi Ogbonnaya (daughter), and Miss Patience Ogbonnaya (Daughter)
Brothers: Elder Matthew Okoko Nweke, Mr. Njoku K. Nnanna, and  Mr. Kalu Usu
Sisters: Mrs. Udo Kalu Eke, Mrs. Glory Kalu Nnanna, Mrs. Rebecca Kalu Ofeka, Mrs. Ann Kalu Imam, and Mrs. Comfort Onnokwe
Nephews: Mr. Kalu Eke, Mr. Emeka Kalu, Mr. Ikye Kalu (Zidon), Lawrence Kalu Usu, and Richard Njoku Kalu.
Nice: Miss. Ezinne Kalu, Miss Charity Kalu, Miss. Anita Kalu Usu, and Miss Glory Njoku Kalu
Grand children: Master Ogechi Orji Okorie, Miss. Precious Uchenna Ogbonnaya, and Miss Rejoice Uchenna Ogbonnaya.
Name Sakes: Miss Amarachi Okoko Nweke, Miss Better Kalu Usu, and Miss Precious Uchenna Ogbonnaya.
During the burial, some tributes and Condolence Messages was received  from the following persons and most specially from Community Base Organizations (CBO), such as follows: All For One Committee of Friends (AFOCF), Bright Future Committee of Friends (BFCF), Stainless Committee of Friends( SCF), others includes: Mr. Njoku K. Nnanna, Mr. Emeka Kalu, Favor Uchenna Ogbonnaya, Lebechi Ogbonnaya, Ogechi Marvelous Orjzzi, Mrs. Miracle Orji Koke, Miss. Rejoice Uchenna Ogbonnaya, Precious Uchenna Ognonnaya, Rev. U.C. Okere, Mr. Orji Koke Orji, Miss. Kalu Anita, Mr. Kalu Sunday, Mr. Kalu Usu, Mr. Uchenna Okoko Nweke (Orji Uzo),  Mr. Chitua Okoko Nweke,  Miss. Nweke Amara Okoko, Miss. Bertha Kalu, and many others who are too numerous to mention. However, her burial took effects on Saturday 10th of March, 2012 at Amangwu Achara Ihechiowa in Arochukwu Local Government Area of Abia State while officiating ministers include the followings: Pst. Ntoh, Pst. P.N. Okwudu, Pst. Bruno Uche A. Okereke, Pst. O.O.Torthy, Pst. Favour James Uzoma, Pst. N.A. Kalu, Elder Kalu Uko, Elder S. Erem Nwochiri, Elder Ezekiel Ibom, Elder S.O. Bassey, Elder John Nwochiri, Elder Billy U. Erenma, and Elder Friday Kalu. 
Uchenna Ogbonnaya
(a.k.a ORIMIRI)
For the Family

Monday, 9 April 2012

Some Fact About: Dr. Nnukwu Ukoha (Razor)

REPORTERS: KALU OKWARA, Lagos and JAYNE UCHE-UKONNE, Aba (7/31/2007 6:50:07)
Daily Champion learnt that the SECRETARY to the Abia State Government (SSG), Dr Nnukwu Ukoha, who was appointed barely six weeks ago, was taken to the UNTH where he was diagnosed of hepatitis. The late Ukoha 54, hailed from Ihechiowa in Arochukwu council area of the state. He was educated at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he earned a bachelorĂ¢€™s degree in accountancy and later at the University of Lagos where he obtained both MS.C (finance) and MS.C (Economics). He studied for his doctorate degree at the Enugu Campus of UNN, specialising in management.
Dr Ukoha was pioneer managing director of Onwuka High Tech. Limited.

Later, he joined the services of Abia State University as senior lecturer in the department of Economics.
An erudite scholar and social commentator, Ukoha was appointed commissioner for finance in 2004, by ex-governor Orji Uzor Kalu. He was also one of Abia stateĂ¢€™s delegates to the National Political Reform Conference. And was finally announced by Gov. Theodore Orji broke the news at yesterday morning during their daily devotion at the executive council chambers of the state government house, Umuahia. You can find more details on the following links:,,

Thursday, 5 April 2012

The Challenge: Kalu Ikeagwu

Good week to everybody! I’m in better spirits now than I have been in the past weeks or should I say months. What has changed, I don’t know, I mean things are pretty much the same way they have been this year; still looking for more money to solve my incessant needs, Frieda still screeching in my left ear and futilely thinking that nagging me continuously is going to get me to do what she wants when she wants it – she never halla!- or eating from my plate when she has hers right in front of her and calling it love! Life has its small every day tragedies I tell you! Maybe those small tragedies are there to keep us from blowing our heads off when the tsunamis come but then, that’s just me. Why then do I feel different today? I think it’s perhaps the thought that I spent over a hundred dollars today buying only fruit on which I intend living solely on for the duration of a month. Of course I will procure more should I exhaust my supplies. Or perhaps my elation at making my very first successful smoothie from very humble beginnings comprising the most disgusting non-fat vanilla yoghurt, fresh strawberries, fresh blueberries, kiwi fruit and bananas blended into a pink creamy tasty smoothie delight this afternoon. All accomplished by the great culinary skills of Kalu Ikeagwu! Mrs Nkem Odewunmi eat your heart out! The reason behind my fruity expedition is simply competition and self preservation.

I had done a movie in New York involving a large cast. It was quite exhausting, mostly because I was in most of the scenes and a lot of them were emotionally tasking. I worked with a large number of people at different times and this meant I met new people all the time, worked towards getting used to working with each individual and just as I would begin to get used to the one, the one would be yanked away and another take his/her position, and the whole cycle would start all over again. Anyway, in one of such instances I, my character, was supposed to have a heated argument with a medical colleague and friend over a medical decision in my office. There were a lot ‘nonsensical’ medical terms in the scene that took some getting used to, so the other actor and I, after introductions, got down to rehearsing our lines. He was an extremely good looking well built white guy about my height and none of the ladies in the vicinity could keep still on account of him. Yes, I did feel a little green creeping in my colour at the sight of this, this fine intruder taking away my shine and having all the girls swooning at his feet. “The true test of why we’re here will show the boys from the men!”, I seethed, supposing him to be just a pretty airhead who was caught up solely in his looks. When we began the dry run (ultimate rehearsals) in preparation for the actual take, and this ‘airhead’ let rip, I was left a spectator in my own scene. Everyone’s jaw dropped, then clapped; nobody expected that performance from him. But, trust your guy na , it only happened once. I stepped up my game sharp sharp! For the next five scenes we did together after that, it was fire for fire, toe to toe, head to head, without ever overacting. It was sublime. I remembered what it was like being with serious actors who take their work seriously, as a craft to be honed and practiced continuously.

My useless director kept dancing up and down with glee! “Kalu! Now I have seen someone who’ll keep you on your toes and not let you get comfortable! Others let you get away with anything but me? I will punish you to get the best out of you!” *itch!

Well this nemesis of mine is going to be on the same project as me in a month’s time from now and I am not going to ‘carry’ last. My fruit regime starts yesterday with a vengeance in preparation for something I’m salivating over – a good challenge! Have a great week everybody!

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Late Mrs. Ojara Ikegwu was a Social worker Ojara Ikeagwu died, aged 56, in the London bombings of 7 July, 2005, which claimed the lives of 52 people in total and injured more than 700.
The mother-of-three, who commuted every day from her home in Luton, Bedfordshire, to Hounslow in west London, was on her way to work when she was caught up in the terror attacks. She died in the explosion on board a Piccadilly line Tube heading for Russell Square.
Originally from Nigeria, she had lived in Luton for 25 years and was employed by Hounslow social services, where she specialised in helping adults with learning difficulties.
Judy Smart, head of the Berkeley Centre in Heston, where Mrs Ikeagwu was based, described her as a person who was "highly committed to the learning disability service."
When at home Mrs Ikeagwu also did voluntary work, particularly among the Nigerian community.
She was survived by her husband, a retired doctor, Okorasor Ikeagwu, and their three adult children.
Four Islamic suicide bombers carried out a series of co-ordinated attacks on the London transport system on that Thursday morning, causing mayhem during the rush hour. Bombs were detonated on three Underground trains and a bus.

Saturday, 31 March 2012 Nweke Prince was born on the 10th of March, 1984 from Ezigwu Compound in Achara Ihechiowa, Eleoha Autonomous Community, Arochukwu Local Government of Abia State, Nigeria to the family of Deacon Okpe Nweke (popularly known as mark of zero), and deaconess Christiana Okpe Nweke (his blessed wife). Nweke Prince started his primary school education at Church of Scotland Mission School (now known as Diogukwu Memorial School) Acahara Ihechiowa, were he obtained his first School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) with distinction in 1995. In 1996, Prince got entrance to Alpha Institute (Government Approved) Commercial College and later completed at Achara Secondary School in 2001. Throughout his primary and post primary school education, he has appointed to become the school prefect (SP) and was well made the best students of the year during his session.
At the completion of his secondary school education, he became a tutorial staff of Alpha Institute, Achara Ihechiowa due to his efforts as an auxiliary teacher he was later appointed as the first principal at Prince Commercial College, Abam where he now decided to further his higher school education at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. However, in 2003, Prince gained admission to study Public Administration and Local Government Studies specializing in Personnel Management and obtained National Diploma (ND) in 2005 and later proceeds to complete his First Degree in Educaiton in 2010 both at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State.
Nweke Prince obtained so many other professional certificates in different field as a result of his man power skills to enable him embarked in his education career. During his academic study at the university added to his humanitarian services to the vulnerable youths and the physical changing ones, Prince decided to established a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) known as Life-skills Initiative for Youth Empowerment and Development (LIFYEAD) as regional organization and today recognized in Africa, Asia, USA and as well partners with many NGOs that focusing in the same vision, mission and objectives with the organization. Some of his trustees and advisory board of his NGO include Prof. E. J. Otagburuagu, Prof. P. N. C. Ngwu, Prof. P. U. Nwangwu, Prof. N. N. Elekwa, Dr. Onuzuruike Nwakaire, Chief Dr. Mrs. Mabel Obi, Engr. Denis Okpe, Deacon Okpe Nweke etc. And today, Nweke’s NGO has change many lifes today both within and outside the university community. However, below are more details about Nweke Prince:
Worked Experience with Dates
Deputy Prefect: – Diogukwu Memorial School, Achara Ihechiowa -1994-1995
2) Senior Prefect: – Alpha Institute, Achara Ihechiowa, Arocjukwu LGA. -2000-2001
3) General Secretary:- Great Achara Students Association (GASA) -2001-2008
4) Principal: - Prince Comprehensive Secondary School, Abam. -2002-2003
5) Acting Secretary: - OG Mass Transit Company, Aba – Abia State -2003
6) Poll Clerk: - Independence National Electoral Commission -2004
7) Course Representative:- National Diploma, Dept. of Public Admin. UNN.-200-2005
8) Dean of Studies: - Modern Comprehensive Sec. School Nsukka -2004-2005
9) Secretary: - Ceremonial Committee of NAASS, UNN - 2005
10) Head Computer Unit: - Modern Comprehensive Sec. School Nsukka- 2004-2006
11) Casual Data Entry Operator: – Management Information System Unit (MIS),
Office of the Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria, - 2006
12) Vice-Principal (Admin): - Royal Crown Academy, Nsukka – Enugu State-2006-2009
13) Director of Welfare: - National Ass. Of Abia State Students, UNN- 2007-2008
14) Part-Time Computer instructor: – DS Consult International, Nsukka - 2007-2008
15) Secretary: - Constitution Review Committee, Federation of
Ihechiowa Students Association, UNN- 2007-2008
16) Chairman: - Examination Committee, Royal Crown Academy-2007-2009
17) Chairman: - Continuous Assessment Committee, Royal Crown -2008-2009
18) Head of Computer Unit: – Royal Crown Academy, Nsukka - 2007-2010
19) Games Mater: - Royal Crown Academy, Nsukka - 2008-2011
19) Casual Data Entry Operator: – ICT/Innovation Centre, Office of the
Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria, Nsukka - 2008-2010
20) Dispatch Clerk: - ICT/Innovation Centre, University of Nigeria, Nsukka-2009-2010
21) National Coordinator:- Life-Skills Initiative for Youth Empowerment
and Development (LIYEAD) - 2009-2011
22) Coordinator: National Coalition of Nigerian Youth in South-East (NACONY)-2011
23) LGA Coordinator: Door to Door Initiative for Goodluck and Sambo (2011)
24) LGA Coordinator: Monitoring Team for Nigeria 2011 Election Sponsor by
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights Abuse,
Nigeria. -2011
25) Voters Observer:- Nigerian Voter Registration Card with support of the
Democratic Governance for Development (DGD, of UNDP)
Financed by European Union, Department of International (2011)
He is also membership of the following Youth Organizations:
Member: Global Volunteer Network
Member: Global Youth Action Network
Member: World Association of Non-Governmental Organization
Member: Centre for Children and Youth Counseling
Member: Youth Friendly Centre, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Member: National Coalition of Nigerian Youth in South-East
Member: Nigeria Non-State Actor for European Union
Member: Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS, USA
Member: Creativity Mobilization Movement (CMM) UNN
Member: Nigerian Network of Non-Governmental Organization
Member: International Youth Reformation Organization
Member: Life-Skills Initiative for Youth Empowerment and Development
Member: World Youth Alliance
Member: Nigerian Alcohol Prevention Youth Network
Member: One Young World
Member: Achara Ihechiowa Network Forum

Brief History about our beloved brother: Apostle Titus Obasi

Apostle Titus Obasi was born into a christian home, into the family of late presiding Elder Obasi Ogbonnaya and Deaconess Hannah Obasi. We were 5 in our family 3boys and 2girls. Stephen , Deborah,Titus, George and Glory. In 1996 and 2000, Stephen and Glory died respectively. I attended Diogukwu Memorial School, Achara Secondary School all in Achara Ihechiowa in Arochukwu LGA Abia State. In 1985 I had a training on patent medicine, and opened a business 'TINO MEDICINE STORES,' In 1995 I went back to school and had a certificate and diploma program at West African Advanced School of Theology Owerri and another diploma in missions at Missionary Advanced College of Theology and Seminaries Owerri and a Bachelor of Art in Christian Education at United Christian University Denton USA. Being born and dedicated to God in The Apostolic Church, I have served in verious capacities as a sunday school teacher, a choir master ,children bible club leader ,a youth leader ,a deacon ,a district/ area helper and a field recoganized pastor.By the calling , grace and mandate of God upon my life, I and my lovely wife ,pastor Mrs Mary Obasi founded Advocate Christian Assembly Int'l (inc) Nigeria. Titus is a trained chaplain from Chaplain Corps And Theological Academy. A member of the Int'l Ministerial Council of Great Britian ,a registered member of Breakthrough Int'l Intercessory Prayer Ministry Virginia. Also a member of the Penticostal Fellowship of Nigeria . I hate lies , hypocrisy and dishonesty. God blessed my family and ministry with BETTY HOLBROOK a christian sister and friend from the united states. I love her so much. God bless you.


Achara Ihechiowa Network Forum is a Social Interaction Network of Communication established to promote Achara Eleoha Ihechiowa Culture, Events, History, and resources among themselves. The initiative was introduced by Nweke Prince hails from Eziukwu Compound, a graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. However, this network is freely open to all members of Achara Community around the global world irrespective of your, colour, age, status, education and family background.

-Creating Awareness
-Youth and Women Empowerment
-Instant Communication
-Community Development
-To serve as a link between those within the community, state and across the nation boundaries.
-To promote and advertise individual wedding, business, and all types of ceremonial occasions if the needs arise.
-To inform members about an up-coming events and opportunities available around the world.
-To ensure that every body takes active participation towards community development projects through prayers and above all attracting infrastructural facilities down to the village in order to reduce the level of rural to urban migration.
Our membership is freely open to all sons and daughters of Achara Ihechiowa. For your information
Up-date, just forward your name, compound, email, and if possible, your brief profile to