The building of the Ngwa Unity Complex started in 2015 by the administration of President B.O. Eguzouwa.
The complex will house:

  • Literacy and Technology Center
  • Suites/Guest Rooms
  • Library
  • Multi-Purpose Hall
  • Museum (to store Historical Ngwa Items
  • Offices
  • Tourist Center (Monument of the historic 1929 Aba Women’s Riot)


Ngwa Unity Complex Committee (2023-2024)

Ogechi Ukaegbu
Chief Ogechi Ukaegbu, Chairman – Unity Complex

  • Mr. Okezie Okeorji (Secretary)
  • Mr. Joshua Nwakwue
  • Mr. Bernard Ihesiaba
  • Mr. Favor Thomas
  • Mr. Olisa Nwanosike
  • Mrs. Nkechi Nwabeke
  • Mr. Celestine Eguzo
  • Mr. Emmanuel Ananaba
  • Pastor (Mrs) Ngozi Ekpendu
  • Mr. Ugochukwu Agu
  • Mrs. Lilian Okoronta
  • Mr. Lawrence Okpulor (Adviser)
  • Mazi Victor Ahuruonye (Executive Liaison)

Ngwa Unity Complex Short Videos




NGWA National Association USA Inc.

(A 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Corporation)


Mission Statement

  • Unite Ngwa people in North America and the globe;
  • Promote social, educational, cultural and economic advancement of Ngwas;
  • Connect Ngwa community and others in the USA and the world.


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