The beginning of year 2008 marked the dawn of the great re-union. Aspirations by bosom friends of school days to re-connect once again were in the first three months passionately expressed using email forum as only platform. Between April and May, 2008, a burning desire to evolve an umbrella for a more formal interaction came strongly. Within this period, ideas and suggestions were proposed, which eventually culminated into formal adoption of the concept of International League of Friends (ILOF) vide a meeting held by Anthony Ejiofor, Rowland Okolo and Ralph Odua, on 1st June (Sunday), 2008, in the United States of America.
It was agreed in the meeting held by the trio that a renewed contact could be sustained in perpetuity through the formation of a Club that would be called INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF FRIENDS CLUB. In a world so economically distressed, nations evolving into a global village for the benefits of concerted endeavours and individuals networking for survival in the place of the ineffectiveness of solo efforts it was agreed that the committed friendship we once shared could be an inspiration and a rallying point for the realization of this concept towards our individual and collective progress.
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