So many may ask who is Victor Chiagozem Aruwah? The multifaceted boxer in the army has continued to reinvent himself the public.
He has come to regard him as a man who wears many hats and is good in everything he does, whether as a military man, boxer, civil public servant, an entrepreneur or, most recently, an author. For every facet of his personality, he was at his best.
Born of Nigerian parents, Aruwah is a full American citizen who joined the US Army at the age of 18 and retired after 15 years at the age of 33 in 2012. During that period, he had a colourful career which ended on a high when in the last four years of his service, he was Senior Enlisted Advisor, 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade 8th United States Army in Korea.
As a boxer in the army, Aruwah was a pugilist whose perfect record was undented and was the U.S forces Europe Boxing Champion in 2004 and 8th United States Army Heavy Weight Boxing Champion in 2008 in South Korea, respectively.
Post-service, he continued to prove his onion. He joined the United States Army Directorate of Public Works Installation Management Command Unit, Engineering Division in Germany where, in no time, his work ethic earned him the prestigious honour of The Civilian Service Achievement Medal for his outstanding contributions.
In business, he earned himself respect as an astute entrepreneur as hotelier and real estate developer. He runs the management of his 34-room bouquet hotel, Hotel Kurvilla in Nanstein Landstuhl.
For five years now, Aruwah has been the CEO of the hotel.
Although he is a fitness freak and a good guitarist, it is his writing talent that he recently exploited by authoring his biography which will soon be released. The book, which according to Aruwah, 43, is titled “When Grace Suspend The Rules” is a chronicle of his life including his failing, and success as well as “the incredible grace of God” in his life.