President & Founder


PRESIDENT & FOUNDER

 

HON. EDDY DURU   –  The man behind the mask: RARDUJA International

Hon. Eddy Duru is a Nigeria/German. He Studied Physical and Health Education in the University of Benin Nigeria. He checked out of Nigeria to Europe in November 1996. Passed through several bridges in Europe but never gave up having realized that he was being prepared for a greater Mission ahead. He was the Igbo Union Leader in Kassel Germany for several years.

He is a Certified Microsoft Expert from BZ Centrum in Kassel Germany, A trained Finance Expert by Deutsche Herold: an Insurance Branch of Deutsche Bank Germany.

He worked with Deutsche Herold as an Area Manager.
He has attended several national and international leadership training and seminars both in Africa and Europe.

Hon. Duru is the Author of the Book: Europe A Mission Misunderstood & Human Trafficking. A book, that broke the silence that existed for decades as considered by most readers.

He was the Deputy Secretary of NIDO Germany, and now the Chairman NIDO Germany Education committee. He is a member of the honorable house in the Hessen State of Germany, representing foreigners.  He is serving in both the Education and Integration House Committees. All are directed towards serving and saving mankind and stirred by a genuine passion and love for humanity.

 

He is the CEO of Green Communication & More. Also an Authorized Agent of RIA and Western Union worldwide money Transfer in Kassel Germany.
Hon. Duru is married to his beloved wife: Ijeoma Duru. He has three wonderful Children.

Founding and managing RARDUJA International with my Team around the World is about the greatest passion I can ever imagine beside God and my Family.

My brief philosophy

The purpose of every journey must be defined because when purpose is not known, abuse becomes inevitable. Many people who travelled abroad were either misinformed or not informed at all. Be well informed before you leave your country irrespective of your present situation.

The unplanned journey that most Africans embarked on has brought pains, depression, loneliness, regret, gray hairs at young age, and worst of all loss of faith in their religious beliefs even when some succeeded in making money through several means. Many died on the way; some are still stranded while a lot more are languishing in jail.