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The Federal Republic of Nigeria, commonly referred to as Nigeria is a federal republic in West Africa, bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the southeast, and Benin in the west. Its coast in the south is located on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. The federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja is located. Nigeria is officially a democratic secular country.
Nigeria-Britain Association (N-BA) is a non-profit making trust dedicated to developing relationships between individuals and organisations in Nigeria, Britain.
Providing a unified community that looks after the welfare, provides a center of excellence and actively engages the Nigerian community in the United Kingdom.
Encourage contacts and networking amongst Nigerians living in Europe, the Americas and elsewhere.
The Muslim Association of Nigeria (MAN) UK was founded by Nigerian Students in 1950. Over the years it has been a founding and active member of the Council for Nigerian Muslim Organisation (CNMO), the Union of Muslim Organisation (UMO) and the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB).
The only body representing Nigerian Medical doctors and allied health professionals in the United Kingdom.
Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association UK is a non-profit organization incorporated in January 1998 in the UK. The association represents approximately 3,000 Nigerian nurses and intends to establish chapters nationwide.
Our primary focus is supporting people, including but not limited to, people of Nigerian heritage and their families in order to strengthen and improve their skills in their current surroundings and build confidence within the local community.
TheLondonNigerian.com is a leading online News, Events and Community platform for Nigerians in UK. Founded in 2010, The London Nigerian is one of the UK's leading online community portal. The London Nigerian is published online with the highest journalistic standards, speaking with an authority that reflects the editorial vetting, fact‐checking and deliberative characteristics of opinion journals.
The National Association of Nigerian Communities (NANC) is an organisation that has been in existence since the 1970s. We started as a studentâ€™s union and when our pioneers ceased to be students, the union then metamorphosed into a welfare association called the NNU.
The Nigerian London Business Forum (NILOBF) is the UKâ€™s premiere organisation for facilitating and promoting trade and investment between the UK and Nigeria. NILOBF recognizes the importance of winning business face to face and this exciting initiative creates the right formula for incentivising investors to look towards new business horizons, whilst providing your business with an increased profile to a targeted market.
The Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation Europe is the European arm of a global Nigerian Diaspora network. Established in the year 2000 and registered in England and Wales in 2002 under the Companies Act. The central vision of NIDO Europe is to bring Nigerians living in europe together and to identify those willing to offer their skills to assist Nigeriaâ€™s national development.
EFN -The Engineering Forum of Nigerians (UK) was formed in 2004 as the premier professional association in the UK for UK-based engineering professionals of Nigerian descent and others with demonstrable interest in the development of engineering as a profession in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Organisation Of Women (NOW) was established in 1984, with the aim of the organisation to develop links within the UK and Nigeria to aid the well being of Nigerian women and their children. Our organisation provides a forum for Nigerian women to voice their concerns and opinions, giving them strength in unity.
The British Nigeria Law Forum is a vibrant professional organization recognized by leading legal and professional bodies in the UK and Nigeria. It is made up of practicing lawyers and students in the UK and in Nigeria. It provides business, networking and educational opportunities for its members in both jurisdictions.
Nigerian community in Dorset is a registered non-for-profit group based in Bournemouth, Dorset. NCD exists to support members of the public who are Nigeria by birth, ancestry and descent, marriage, naturalization or adoption in and around Dorset. We cater for people of all ages and enable them to reach their full potential as individuals contributing to health & social-economic well-being in the area.
The Nigerian Community Leeds annual football tournament competition for over 10 years in making and this as to support to the community. Nigerian Community Leeds working alongside our honourable chair and fellow executives as voted in by you my fellow Nigerians, also to create a good working relationship w the Nigerian Students Society (& Friends). A society with distinctive attributes and excellent articulate background among its peers.
The Nigerian Student Society - University of Greenwich is strictly an open medium where thought and views are shared and discussed. We have got varieties of aims and objective in order to positively engage in your academia life and experience. We solely operate actively on the basis of your interest because we want to immensely contribute towards your academic and social experience while studying in the University.
The Britain-Nigeria Educational Trust is a membership charity that promotes friendship and understanding between Britain and Nigeria by providing appropriate financial support that directly contributes to the progress and advancement of education in Nigeria.
Nigeria High Comission in London
9, Northumberland Avenue, Westminster, WC2N 5BX, London, United Kingdom
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