Emeka Nwosu was a founding member of the Igbo Union in Finland and served as its chairman from 2005 to 2007. After his initial term, he was re-elected and served from 2007 to 2009. During his administration, union progress was documented. The Iriji festival celebrations and associated events were executed effectively..
The Union is a registered non-governmental cultural organization in Finland. The membership of Igbo Union Finland is open to all IGBO indigenes that are residing in Finland. Our membership is drawn not only from the Igbo nationals of Nigeria resident in Finland; but also from people who wish to learn about and identify with the Igbo culture. The union has a strength of 205 active members and has been active in cultural activities for the past fifteen years. These activities were designed to give members a sense of belonging in a society where they are a minority.