JCI Edo Bronze Honours Osemwengie as Personality of the Month!
Benin City 24th July, 2021
The Junior Chambers International (JCI Edo Bronze) has honoured Comrade Brown Ehigie Osemwengie as the Man of the Month of July 2021.
JCI Edo Bronze, a global network of youths confered the historic honour on Comrade Osemwengie, the founder and president of Edo Dynasty United Organization Worldwide, for his manifest community development effort, human rights activism both in Nigeria and in the international arena.
In this interview with Radio Esan, the Canada based international human rights activist took a voyage around the aims and visions of JCI Edo Bronze, it’s working relationship with Edo Dynasty United Organization Worldwide and most especially he advised stakeholders on the way to go in the trending returns of Edo Artefacts by the Europeans. Excerpt:
Radio Esan: In your own words and outlook, please tell us about the JCI Edo Bronze. What you think they stand for.
Osemwengie: JCI Edo Bronze to the best of my knowledge is a global network of young active people who are committed to making sustainable impact in community development, capacity building, leadership skills which are in line with my virtues and values of Edo Dynasty United Organization Worldwide.
Radio Esan: We heard you have been awarded the JCI Edo Bronze Man of the month of July 2021, tell us about this great feat.
Osemwengie: I am humbled and honoured to be recognized as the personality man of the month. I guess it came from our beliefs and commitment to humanity.
Radio Esan: What particular area does the JCI contribute in social engineering?
Osemwengie: Championing the preservation of environmental ecosystem as well as to induce the younger generation into self development and community building.
Radio Esan: What do you think could have informed this great honour bestowed on you by JCI?
Osemwengie: well, like I said before, I guess it was drawn from my personal beliefs, values, and commitment to humanity.
Radio Esan: Tell us about the relationship between JCI and Edo Dynasty United Organization Worldwide.
Osemwengie: JCI and Edo Dynasty United Organizations Worldwide have commonality of interest to empower the younger generation and continue to create the awareness needed for egalitarian and healthy society. Besides that, we partnered a few months ago on World Earth Day to advance the importance of tree planting and we look forward to continue to partner together in areas necessary for humanity.
Radio Esan: How do you feel receiving this honour?
Osemwengie: It is humbling to stand up for righteousness and I am encouraged to continue to advocate for a better society.
Radio Esan: Please advice stakeholders on the trending issues of the return of Edo Artefacts.
Osemwengie: We appeal to all stakeholders including Gov. Obaseki to do everything in their power to ensure the artefacts are returned to the ancient city of Benin-Kingdom in line with what the palace envisaged for the general well-being of the people. I believe with proper use of communication and rapport, all interest will be well represented.
Radio Esan: Advice the Edo Youths.
Osemwengie: My advise to Edo youth is simple. Be humble, think before you act, believe in yourself, establish a set of moral values, avoid making critical mistakes that could cost your freedom, education or life. God bless!