HRM Ihenetu with His Excellency, Mr Benard


Recently, His Excellency, Mr. Eugene Bernard Holiday, accompanied by his wife, Mrs. M.L. Holiday-Hazel  paid a courtesy visit to  the  Obiukwu Obieziokwu  palace of Eze Ndi Igbo in Ghana.

They were received by His Majesty, Eze, Ambassador Chukwudi  Ihenetu, Eze Ndi Igbo Ghana, and  The  Assistant Publicity secretary Ndi Eze  Ndigbo in the Diaspora.

His Excellency Benard with wife Mrs Holiday-Hazel


The Eze, who is also a Global Peace Ambassador, welcomed the distinguished  guests at his Obi-Ukwu Obieziokwu palace in East Legon, Accra, Ghana

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Alongside his elders and chiefs, he received the distinguished guests, the First Governor of Sint Maarten, His Excellency, Mr. Eugene Bernard Holiday and his wife, Mr. Eugene Bernard Holiday, a politician from Sint Maarten, served as its first governor following the country’s establishment within the Kingdom of the Netherlands on October 10, 2010.

His Excellency Bernad Holiday presenting a book he authored to HRM Ihenetu


Before his tenure as governor from 2010 to 2022, he was the president of Princess Juliana International Airport.

During the visit, Eze Ihenetu expressed his honour in welcoming the first and former Governor of Sint Maarten and his wife to his palace, emphasizing the visit as a symbol of the strong relations between their communities. He shared the importance of discussing investment opportunities and encouraging the Caribbean diaspora to reconnect with their African roots, thanking Mr. Holiday for his support and dedication to this initiative.

Eze Ihenetu hoped the visit would foster warmth, enlightenment, and beneficial discussions, reinforcing the friendship between their people.

At the sideline  of the meeting,  His Excellency Eugene  Benard  presented a book he wrote on leadership,  politics, economy, and good governance  to HRM  Dr Ihenetu. The Royal Father  commended  him for contributing to the intellectual  development  of mankind adding that the book would go a long way to proffer solutions to sociopolitical  problems facing the international  community.