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The Motto of NBM is “Equality and Social Justice”


Our Mission Statement reflects our aims, objectives and fundamental principles. These are encapsulated in our motto “Social Justice and Equality for all”, using the resources at our disposal .

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The Neo-Black Movement of Africa, otherwise known and called NBM of Africa, was founded at the University of Benin in Nigeria as a Pan African movement. It’s aims include the promotion and advancement of African Culture and Arts globally by striving to revive, retain and modify where necessary those aspects of African culture that would aid humanity irrespective of race.

NBM of Africa was registered on 24th February, 1994 with the Corporate Affairs Commission under the Company and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) with registration No 7729.

Flowing from our mantra, the Movement seeks equality of all races. We do not propagate any teaching or act of supremacy. We do not practice any form of inequality based on race, tribe, religion, socio-political affiliations, language and gender. Regardless of our Pan African vision to see a more progressive and United Africa, we remain committed to equality for all races and creeds. We have a global presence across Africa, Europe, the United Kingdom, Asia, North America and South America.

We seek viable partnerships with organizations with similar mantra to help accentuate our steady stride towards attaining egalitarian Society. 

How much we have achieved this and where we plan to go from here are all encapsulated in our vision succinctly contained in fundamental objectives and the organization’s principles.


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