About Nigerians In Diaspora Organisation UK (NIDO)

The Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO) was formed in 2000-2001 with a vision to harness the tremendous skill, exposure, expertise and knowledgebase of Nigerians resident outside Nigeria with a view to using this as a resource base to promote socio-economic and infrastructural development back in Nigeria.

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Chairman's Message

Vision & Values

  • NIDO UK south chapter provides the unique opportunity for Nigerians living in UK to learn to work and collaborate with one another in the task of nation building of our homeland.

  • The organisation strongly believe that Nigerians in the UK can make significant contributions to Nigeria through programs, policies, and advocacy to harness their talents, expertise, and resources for Nigeria's development and nation building.

  • The central vision of NIDO UK south chapter is to bring Nigerians living in United Kingdom together and to identify those willing to offer their skills (education, information technology, Health, Economic, science, Administration, Law, Political and Corporate Governance, Management etc) to assist Nigeria's national development.

  • These skills will be needed in development projects by government and non-governmental organisations. NIDO UK south chapter as a result requires those Nigerians living in the UK who can afford to spend a period of time in Nigeria to contribute their skill to help the Nigeria developmental process.

  • NIDO UK south chapter provides the unique opportunity for Nigerians living in UK to learn to work and collaborate with one another in the task of nation building of our homeland.

  • The organisation strongly believe that Nigerians in the UK can make significant contributions to Nigeria through programs, policies, and advocacy to harness their talents, expertise, and resources for Nigeria's development and nation building.

Vision

 

The central vision of NIDO UK south chapter is to bring Nigerians living in the United Kingdom together and to identify those willing to offer their skills (Education, Information Technology, Health, Economic, science, Administration, Law, Political and Corporate Governance, Management etc.) to assist Nigeria’s national development.


These skills will be needed in developmental projects by government and non-governmental organisations. NIDO UK south chapter as a result requires those Nigerians living in the UK who can afford to spend a period of time in Nigeria to contribute their skills to help Nigeria’s developmental process.
NIDO UK south chapter provides the unique opportunity for Nigerians living in UK to learn to work and collaborate with one another in the task of nation building of our homeland.


The organisation strongly believes that Nigerians in the UK can make significant contributions towards Nigeria through programs, policies, and advocacy to harness their talents, expertise, and resources for Nigeria’s development and nation building.

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I am Prince Henry Egenti PhD, Clinical Support Nursing with Edgeware Community Hospital. London, United Kingdom. Chairman, Nigerians in the Diaspora Organisation United Kingdom.

A warm welcome to visiting our website..

The Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO) was formed in 2000-2001 with a vision to harness the skills, exposure, expertise and professional experience of Nigerians that are resident outside Nigeria  and channel this knowledge base and economic resources towards promoting socio-economic and infrastructural development in Nigeria.

The central vision of our diverse and dynamic chapter (which is the NIDO UK South chapter) is to bring all UK-based Nigerians irrespective of their state of origin or religious affiliation together to collaborate with one another for nation building and homeland development.

The professional skills of each of our members is collectively deployed in various projects and initiatives that further this primary objective. I encourage all Nigerians to join this noble organisation gearing towards homeland development.

EXCO DIRECTORY

Prince Henry Egenti

Chairman

Susan Nguverem Waya

Vice - Chairman

Femi Ikutiyinu

Secretary

Princess Donmicit L. Rimdap

Treasurer 

Christy Amalu JP

Flora Olatokunbo Ezewonye

Blessing Chijekwu Igwe

Aisha Osigwe

Josephine Agukwe-Nzeogu

Niyi Zaccheus

Michael Ife