Nigerians in Diaspora
Organisation - China
Nigerians in diaspora organization (NIDO) was established to create a vibrant diaspora community as well as harness the tremendous skill, exposure, expertise and knowledge base of Nigerian professionals in the diaspora
NIDO China Established, in Oct,2017
To initiate policies needed to recognize and harness the potentials of Nigerians in China for nation building
1. Our Objectives
To develop a vibrant community of Nigerians in China, providing a platform for national development by identifying individuals with the skills, and capacity as well as the willingness to contribute to nation building
2. Our Vision
We denounce with righteus dislike indignation and dislike demoralized by teh pleasure moment.
3. Aims of NIDO China
Is an act established by NIDCOM that provides a platform for the engagement of Nigerians in the Diaspora
4. Diaspora Act
We are dedicated to serving the Nigerian Community in China and developing a vibrant community for nation building
5. What we do
Provision of social welfare interventions, promoting cultural exchange between Nigeria and China, promoting bilateral business development and active contribution to the national development of Nigerian..
6. Core Objective
Think Tank / Board Members
Our think tank and board members comprises of ex presidents and ex executive members, they help oversee the affairs of the organisation & provide their expertise
Barr. Justina Obaoye-Ajala
Dr. Barnabas Oche
Pride Of Africa Awards - 2021
We were nominated and awarded the best diaspora organisation in China, by the Pride of Africa Award
On 7th February 2020, NiDO South Coordinator Mr. Festus Mbisiogu through NiDO China donated the sum of #360,000 in support of the welfare of Nigerians in Wuhan
More Cash Donations
Foresee the pain and trouble that are bound to ensue and equal blame belongs.
Covid - 19 Awareness
On 26th March 2020, NiDO China started a campaign through flyers and animation on all our social media handles to create awareness against the spread of corona virus in Nigeria.