kg Neo Black Movement Of Africa

Neo Black Movement Of Africa

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The Neo Black Movement of Africa, is a Movement that has its origin at a tertiary institution level.

The original founding fathers of the NBM of Africa were nine (9) undergraduates of the University of Benin.

They were; John Okogie, Nicholas Idemudia, Tokonbu Brown, Uche Alumona, Marvel Akpoyibo,  Olagungu Ojo, Gbolahon Dosunmu,  Bernard Ojishua and Godwin Ehigiator. The pioneer patron of the movement then was Professor Onwuejiogwu (a professor of History and Anthropology).

 The premise on which the NBM of Africa was formed was intrinsically to check and balance the seemingly nuances of inequalities and social injustices that are prevalent with the human race.

Thus our founding mantra has remained in line as a Movement that has and will continue to fight for equality and social justice for all.

Presently, as a corollary of enacted vague laws of the FGN in regards to any form of associations presence in tertiary institutions, the NBM of Africa as a law abiding entity had to shut down all activities at the tertiary institution level.

 However the NBM of Africa has metamorphosed in the past three decades from a tertiary fraternity to a reputable Global Movement with presence in Africa, North and South America, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Asia and the Middle East.

 With an estimated global membership of about thirty thousand (30,000) professionals of diverse backgrounds.

The NBM of Africa is a legally  registered non profit organization in the FGN under the purview of the Corporate Affairs Commission

The NBM day of freedom is always celebrated every July 7th with the code 7/7

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