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ANNOUNCEMENT: TRANSLATION OF ENGLISH INTO IGBO (or Translation of Igbointo English)

In line with the Diocesan Bishop’s directive that every official address (in the Diocese, Parish, station and zonal levels), by any association, society or organisation in the church should be written and read in Asụsụ Igbo, the Bishop has created a Translation Commission to that effect, as it can be seen in 2016 Awka Diocesan Diary & Directory.
Therefore as an effort to help us effect the Bishop’s directive, we the members of the created Commission for Igbo Language, Culture and Translation (NTỤGHARỊ), announce that you can reach us to help you translate from English to Igbo (or from Igbo to English), any item that you have written on the above headings or more, as well as help you to get it read fluently for the public if you cannot do it yourself.
Thanks:
Rev. Fr. Rich. Ekegbo (08034475524); fada.rich@gmail.com

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