Promoting peace

NNAU memberships believed Nigerian people are more or less the same people. They've lived together for thousands of years and have developed similarities and interwoven cultures. For example: The northerners consumed kola-nut for centuries which all came from the Southern parts of Nigeria. It's also true that most of the beef consumed in the Southern states came from the North.

Such economic value chain has existed for thousands of years and no fights and no war  let's make it stronger for the next generations. United States is 10 times larger than Nigeria but they loved their flag and very united to start with.

The late South African President Nelson Mandela was quoted as saying the rest of Africa looks to Nigeria to get it right, so others can follow . NNAU members agreed with Mandela's assertion, but we first need to unite as a people, be on the same page, vote wisely and be ready to do the hard-work to make Nigeria great.

NNAU encourage conversations that foster understanding within and across the various tribal groups of Nigeria because we are one people  our foods, modes of dressing and music and entertainments are similar. NNAU planned to train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate in conflicts in the homeland because as Mandela rightly said we need to get it right to enable us lead Africa.


Fighting Disease

We would work to educate and equip communities to stop the spread of life-threatening diseases like polio, HIV/AIDS, and malaria. We aspire to improve and expand access to low-cost and free health care when we become financially stronger.


Providing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene

Nigeria is blessed with the two largest African rivers (Niger/Benue). The southern part of the country by Atlantic Ocean; but we still lack drinkable cleaned water. NNAU members thinks something is wrong with the picture. Our plan going forward is to support local solutions that bring clean water, sanitation, and hygiene to more people in Nigeria every day. We won't just build wells for Nigerian villages and walk away. We would spend time researching solutions and share our expertise knowledge with community leaders and educators to make sure our chosen projects (water program) succeed long-term. Joon Us! Help the homeland  Nigeria.


Saving Nigerian mothers and children

Nearly 6 million children under the age of five die each year in Africa's largest economy  Nigeria. This are due to malnutrition, poor health care, and inadequate sanitation. As we become financially stable  we planned to work with local and international agencies to expand access to quality care, so mothers and their children can live and grow stronger.


Supporting education

It's sad that more than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate. Our goal is to find and work with international agencies to strengthen the capacity of communities and support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase adult literacy especially in the homeland  Nigeria.


Help grow local Nigeria economies

We aspire to carry out service projects that enhances local Nigerian economy and community development that create opportunities for decent and productive work for young and old. For example, Facebook reports shows Nigerian youths are getting interested and involved in computer programming and applications development  good news. We therefore aspire to strengthen local entrepreneurs and community leaders, particularly women, in impoverished villages and communities.