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Sunday, October 6, 2019

First black Texas union president to be sworn in October 14

Henry O. Nnorom, an African from Mbaise community in Imo state, Nigeria who was re-elected as Texas Local President of American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE 1048) will be sworn in along with other members of the new executive board on 14 October 2019.

Nnorom, who was the first black man of African descent to be elected into the office, had held the position for two years before the membership collectively elected him as President for another three years.

A press release issued to the effect by AFGE in Texas, United States of America, described Henry O. Nnorom as an “innovative businessman who has cut an edge in the business world”.


The re-elected AFGE President, who is the founder of JujuMarketplace.com, an e-commerce platform, is regarded an outspoken advocate for the oppressed American workers.

“He is currently one of AFGE Council 100 representatives on the committee on health, safety, and wellness that meets in Washington DC”, the statement read.

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