A youth advocate and business executive Prince UC Ingawa on Friday joined top officials of Indian High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria to mark the country's 73rd anniversary. 

Prince UC Ingawa popularly known as the Tagwaye Twins who took to his Instagram page to announce this said his visit was on invitation. Also at the visit were top officials of government, private sector players and businessmen. 

He said, "Earlier today (Friday) I honored an invitation from the Indian high commission in Nigeria on their 73rd republic anniversary. With me are, the Indianhigh commissioner V.S.D. L. Surendra, Amb. Y.d. Faruk. the representative of the minister of foreign affairs, Mr. Emeka R. Ofor. Ag. Nigerian Investment promotion commission. NIPC and Hajia Ansa'u. The representative of Dangote group."

The influencer and advocate of national unity had earlier in the week engaged in series of engagements geared towards enhancing peaceful co-existence. 

One of such was a visit to one of Nollywood's finests, Chief Pete Edochie on the production of a movie with the title, The Pledge. 

According to Prince UC Ingawa, the project which he has been nursing in the past one decade will help in strengthening the nation's bond of brotherliness.



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