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Diasporian News of Thursday, 8 July 2021

Source: www.mynigeria.com

Nigerian lady appointed Royal Director by Prince Charles

Eva Omaghomi, a British-Nigerian has been appointed as Director of Community Engagement Eva Omaghomi, a British-Nigerian has been appointed as Director of Community Engagement

Eva Omaghomi, a British-Nigerian has been appointed as Director of Community Engagement by Prince Charles Philip Arthur George of Wales, United Kingdom, Dailymail reports.

The 43-year-old is reported to have worked with Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall for the past 13 years and is the most senior black aide of the prince.

It is expected that her appointment in the new role will foster the royal family's relations with minority groups in the UK.

Today states that Omaghomi is a trustee of the Big Kid Foundation which is concerned with charitable deeds to reduce youth violence.

She is also a Christian minister. Some notable roles Omaghomi had held with the royal family according to Dailymail, Omaghomi was in 2017 the Royal Victorian Order, a Birthday Honours list made by Queen Elizabeth.

The former deputy communications secretary at Clarence House also served as the senior strategic adviser to the Prince’s Trust Group on a secondment basis.