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Group seeks effective communication, collaboration among Nigerians


NBM of Africa, Lekki Chapter, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to socio-economic impact and brotherhood support, has called for more open dialogue and collaborations among government, private organisations, and individuals as a tool for community building. The organisation made the call at its  10th anniversary.

Its President Chukwuma Madike, highlighted  the impact of the organisation’s partnerships with numerous NGOs, orphanage homes, individuals, and government organisations.

He said  the event which  had as theme: “Advancing the community through communication and collaboration”,  is a wakeup call to  Nigerians to be open to dialogue and collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds, share  common purpose and understanding to create a better community.

“Today we are raising funds to build an arena that will be beneficial to everyone even in our absence, this is the kind of legacy NBM of Africa wants to pass on,” he added.

Chairman of the organisation’s legislative arm, Uyi Agbon-Ifo, said  the Lekki Arena will be a state-of-the-art facility that will host a variety of events, including sporting competitions, cultural performances, educational programs, and community gatherings.

The event had a round table discussion on the theme of the event, with notable dignitaries including Chukwudi Adiukwu, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Sanni Abdullahi, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Lekki Unit Commander, Barr. Hope Aliu, Former Western Regional President, NBM of Africa and other members of the group  and dignitaries across the state.

The NBM of Africa is a non-profit organisation dedicated to lending of voice to speak for the oppressed in the society.

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