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President & Founder of Empower Africa Initiative forum, Professor Princess Halliday in an exclusive discussion with Commonwealth delegates in London representing their countries on women empowerment.

For these delegates , winning is what they have come to do.

“I have come all the way from India to win this crown. Prior to this time I was sitting on the corner of India like a nobody but once my crown got on my head, It felt like I have a huge responsibility to the world ,my personality and what I say does account so I became very responsible” said Shwetta Raj -Miss Common wealth Asia pacific 2016."


A huge inspiration as the ladies share their life transition,
empowered parity and the need for women to be empowered in their
respective countries. Commonwealth International uniquely presents delegates represented by their respective reigning queens & king. They
promote charity and cultural cohesion around the world.
New pageant queens and kings are chosen each year as they are all tasked with running charitable projects in their own country .

Also present at this discussion, is the founder of Commonwealth
International, Dr Shola Fawehinmi who discussed in details why
Commonwealth International was created. Also present was prominent community and political activist from Canada, Mr Asphandiar(Aspi)
Wadiwalla who is the National group director of Commonwealth
International who is also a proud recipient of the International  Humanitarian and Services Award (IVHES) 2016 along with the opposition leader of House of Common Rt Honorable Rona Ambrose.

See The Chronicles of a Nigerian Woman in Diaspora...Professor Princess Halliday ....
A Young Nigerian lady making waves in Diaspora‎ who received a prestigious citation and Award from the Canadian Federal Government for her extraordinary Leadership to Africa. ‎‎view details via
http://www.ibabanaija.com/2016/12/professor-princess-halliday-young.html‎

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Hon. Jonathan Ojadah Daniel (ACE , ASEA )
Nigerian PR to Prof. Princess ‎Haliday
Founder, Empower Africa Initiative,
New York- USA

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