Umu-AdaIgbo, a social cultural organisation, has concluded plans to establish a specialist hospital in the South-eastern part of the country.
The group's Coordinator, Philomena Nnamani, stated this during the August home-coming meeting in Abia State.
The home-coming event is a biennial meeting of Igbo women at home and in the Diaspora...
She said that Umu-AdaIgbo was an initiative that would serve as a rallying point for all black women across the globe, who could trace their roots to the Southeast of Nigeria.
"We encourage all blacks in the Diaspora to establish links with their people at home..."
Women plan mega hospital in the south-east | Daily Times Nigeria