The Director- General of the National Council for Arts and culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe has emerged as the president of world craft council (WCC), African Region.
Runsewe emerged as the president of the council during the meeting of the Executive Board in London on April 19 to 20, 2018.
The emergence of Otunba Runsewe as the Regional President of the council was formally conveyed to him via a letter from Rosy Greenless the international president of the council dated 14th May, 2018.
The World Craft Council is a Non-Governmental Professional Organization affiliated with UNESCO,category A, which has responsibility for the regulation and development and promotion of the handcrafts in the world.
It has five Regional Chapters viz: Latin America, Asia and the pacific, Europe and America.
Each region is headed by a president who oversees the affairs of the council; coordinate the activities of all countries within the region.
Reacting to his appointment, The Chairman of the Advertising Practitioners’ Association, Abuja Chapter (APAAC), congratulated Otunba Runsewe and said that his association is already seeking ways to collaborate Otunba National Council for Arts and Culture.