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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.
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President Obama is sending U.S. advisers and drones to help find hundreds of Nigerian girls kidnapped from their school by the terrorist group Boko Haram.The plan is winning praise from Nigerian-American leaders. NBC40.net “What they need from the United States, at this point, is to require a lot of technical capabilities to zero in on […]
Boko-Haram vs. Nigeria, A Condemnation of The Terrorist Attack in Abuja: All Nigerians Must Now Rise to This ChallengeWashington, DC, April 14, 2014: The Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NALC) has received yet another report of today’s dastardly act of bomb attacks by Boko Haram, in the Nigerian Capital city of Abuja; resulting in the brutal killing of over 100 persons and counting, with […]
After protests and a massive social media campaign, Nigeria’s president accepts U.S. help to find hundreds of kidnapped girls. But, why did it take so long? Samuel Okey-Mbonu and Ozioma Egwuonwu discuss.After protests and a massive social media campaign, Nigeria’s president accepts U.S. help to find hundreds of kidnapped girls. But, why did it take […]
Authorities in Nigeria now say the number of school girls missing after being abducted by Islamic extremists from their boarding school two weeks ago has risen to 276. Samuel Okey-Mbonu of the Nigerian-American Leadership Council discusses.
Samuel Okey-Mbonu, executive director of the Nigerian-American Leadership Council, joins Tamron Hall to discuss the latest in the search for these young girls as well as the new social media push for the recovery of the students.
Bring Our Girls Back to Chibok
2nd NALC Security Summit
”Securing Our Present-Shaping Our Future (II)”
Date: Fall 2014 (Final date to be announced in July)
*Please check back in July 2014 for updates*
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