His Royal Majesty Eze Chuckwudi Jude Ihenetu, The palace of Eze Ndi Igbo Na Ghana will play host to the last two known survivors of the 1921 Race massacre in Tulsa Oklahoma Tomorrow 18th August 2021.
Mrs. Viola Fletcher was born May 10 1914. She and her brother Uncle Hughes Vans Ellis arrived in Ghana following a request by the 107-year-old hero to visit West Africa, where she believes is her ancestral home.
In an emotional video, Mama Fletcher was seen thanking Amb. Ericka Benet (Head Of Diaspora Mission In Africa D.A.F) Who made the trip possible.
She will be crowned tomorrow with an Igbo title at the Eze Ndi Igbo’s Palace in Accra Ghana. Hon. Abike Dabiri (Head of Nigerian Diaspora Commission), A minister from Nigeria, The Nigerian Ambassador to Ghana, All the presidents and heads of all the Nigerian communities in Ghana, and other VVIPS are expected to honor the coronation.
A telephone interview with the PRO to Eze Ndi Igbo’s Palace confirmed that High American security and media presence is expected around the palace.
“Foreign media houses like CNN and BBC are already on the ground preparing for the show which will be telecast live all over the world”. He said.
” There is no question of the legitimacy of the palace, as you can see that the palace is well recognized even by the American Government ” Chief Patron Patrick Nwachukwu who is the personal P.R.O to HRM and Secretary-general to the palace chiefs further stated.
NOTE : The Program is strictly by invitation.