(in Order of Seniority)
01 Dallas (1999)
02 Austin (2003)
03 Houston (2005)
04 Minneapolis (2012)
05 Los Angeles (2014)
06 Louisville, KY (2017)
07 San Antonio (2017)
08 Boston, MA (2017)
09 Washington DC (2018)
10 Baltimore (2018)
Hon. King Chief Victor Okereke of Houston Chapter was elected into his first 3-year term as the 3rd National President of the Club on September 20, 2014. During the 2017 National Convention in Dallas Texas, King as he is popularly known was re-elected to a second 3-year term.
King Victor Okereke was the founding president of Houston Chapter, having joined the Dallas Chapter in 2004. As President, he chairs all National Executive Council (NEC) meeting and all national events of the Club.
To lean more about the Club and its leadership, visit our ABOUT and NEC tabs above.
February 27, 2020
Wakekeeping for Mr. Henry Ogwuegbu of Enyimba Social Club Austin Chapter.
March 27 -29 , 2020
Inauguration/Induction ceremony of the Baltimore Maryland Chapter of Enyimba Social Club. SUSPENDED UNTIL 2021
July 11 - 19, 2020
20th Year Anniversary and 5th National Convention of Enyimba Social Club. SUSPENDED UNTIL 2021
Enyimba Social Club of Minneapolis
The National President and the National Executive Council of Enyimba Social Club USA, Inc. regret to announce the untimely death and call to eternal glory of a devoted husband and father, a pillar of his community in Minnesota, USA, an illustrious son of Opobo, Rivers State, Nigeria, and an esteemed member of Enyimba Social Club:
Sir Don. Obi Okafor (Dallas) 2004
Mrs. Cheryl Uwakweh (Austin) 2008
Mr. Uche Kizito Okafor (Dallas) 2011
Chief Onyekachi Igbojionu (Dallas) 2014
Mrs. Ijeoma Emeribe (Austin) 2015
Mr. Boris Nwokoma Kanu (Austin) 2016
Chief Jerry Anyaehie (Houston) 2016
Hon. Sir Dr. Nze Cliff Obi (LA) 2018
Mr. Felix Nwoke (Austin) 2019
Prince. Henry Ogwuegbu (Austin) 2019
Chief Osita Anusi (Houston) 2020
Mr. Clement Opusunju (Minnesota) 2020
The National President has advised all affiliate Chapters of the Club to postpone all club functions requiring congregation of 10 persons or more, and to comply with the US CDC COVID-19 guidelines and Executive Orders in effect in your locales. We ask for the understanding of members during this time perilous times.
Our thoughts and prayers remain with our families and friend during this unprecedented global crisis. Stay well, and be safe as we look forward to reopening our chapters in the near future. It is unclear if the upcoming National Convention will be postponed at this point, but stay tuned.
For information regarding COVID-19 or how it is affecting your state, you may visit the following websites:
20 Years Anniversary & 5th National Convention