The Nigerian-American Leadership Council

Rare Access On Both Sides Of The Atlantic


The Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NALC) is a Non-partisan, Public Policy & Corporate Advisory, Research Center and Think-Tank. The Council operates internationally, with solid presence in the United States and in Nigeria. The Council taps on expertise and relationships in Nigeria and the United States, to deliver credible policy advisories to governments and corporations worldwide.

The Council's unique ties to the US and to Nigeria, allows it to function as a Clearing-House for Nigerian matters, and allows the Council to produce authentic Policy Advisories that impact decisions in Nigeria, the United States, and globally.


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    Nigerian Editor Honored With the Prestigious Knight International Journalism Award in Washington
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    An Interview with Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye the Youngest Female Editor at Nigeria’s Punch Newspaper Interviewer: Crystal Goldie Interviewee: Oluwatoyin Ogunseye At the International Center for Journalist’s 30th Anniversary Awards Dinner, held on November 10, 2014, at the Ronald Reagan International Center in Washington; Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye was honored with the Knight International Journalism Award for her groundbreaking contributions […]

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    FIRST NIGERIAN ARTS EXPO (March-April 2015)
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    The FIRST NIGERIAN ARTS EXPO will feature Contemporary Art Fair – “The other Half” African Drum and Masquerade workshop- an intellectual stimulation Fashion Fair: Parade of Contemporary Nigerian Designs Stage play production of “Ebubedike” an adaptation of Chinua Achebe’s Things fall apart. Nollywood film Viewers Forum -The Journey So Far Afro-Jazz Night – Friends of […]

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    Ebola: A Dangerous Virus, But How Does It Really Kill? By Professor Edward Oparaoji
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    The current Ebola epidemic has caused more than 1,400 deaths this year, in five West African countries – Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Senegal. The World Health Organization says more than 20,000 people could be infected before the outbreak can be brought under control. The stampede precipitated by this deadly disease, while justified, may be […]

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    GET THE FACTS ON EBOLA! Questions and Answers on EbolaQ: What is Ebola?A: Ebola virus is the cause of a viral hemorrhagic fever disease. Symptoms include: fever, headache, joint and muscle aches, weakness, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, lack of appetite, and abnormal bleeding. Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to […]


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