LaWanda Asuquo aka Enobong (God’s Gift) has worked for the Federal Government for over 25 years. She has been an Information Technology Specialist/Project Manager and Contracting Officer for the Pentagon, DHS, DOD, DISA, HUD just to name a few. She has served as the Secretary of American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) in Washington D.C. She’s retiring soon and currently doing civil activist work for the Nigerian American Diaspora, St. Louis Black Woman and as a Parliament member for State of the African Diaspora – SOAD.
Mrs. Asuquo is on the campaign trail for the upcoming United States Election. During her spare time, she’s writing a book and exploring her family genealogy. During 2018, she discovered through her DNA that she and her 90-year-old grandmother are Nigerians.
She has solid proof that her enslaved family members in America are all from Nigeria. Her story must be told and will affect so many lives! She’s praying to reunite with her lost love ones and return to her royalty ancestors’ villages.
Strong Statement from LaWanda Asuquo aka Enobong´s Grandmother
“I’ve waited 90 years for this! #STLBlackWoman Thank you. I learned that I was #Nigerian at 89 years old”.
The family has planned the Return to Nigeria 2021 Family Reunion that will go down in the History books of America. Help her and #STLBlackWoman petition a Memorial Day for Slavery in America!
Help her and #STLBlackWoman petition a Memorial Day for Slavery in America!