The Nigerian Association
in Lübeck registered association
The Nigerian Association in Lübeck eV is a registered charity based in Lübeck, Germany. It was founded on December 3rd, 2003 to bring Nigerians together in Lübeck and to promote and support our culture. On February 5, 2008, the association was finally registered as an association in the district court of Lübeck.
The current leaders of this association are Chiedu Uzonwanne, Amb. Godson Nwosu and Prince Francis Umeji. The Nigerian Association in Lübeck eV is affiliated with other organizations. We are a member of the Lübeck Forum for Integration, the Lübeck House of Cultures and the Alliance for One World in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein.
A peaceful coexistence in the cultural diversity of the Hanseatic city of Lübeck.
To maintain and promote Nigeria’s cultural heritage.
A forum for peace, love and harmony among the members.
Supporting the disadvantaged in Nigeria with medical care and humanitarian aid.
Maintaining good relations between members and the host country (Germany).
Here you can see our future projects and plans. They include the provision of clean drinking water, the procurement of school supplies for children and the provision of medical supplies to hospitals.
Hospitals in rural areas in particular need medical equipment such as hospital beds, defibrillators or operating tables. We want to ensure that reasonable medical care is possible.
school supplies for children
Clean drinking water
Access to clean drinking water is a human right. Unfortunately, many people, especially the poorer population and children, do not have this. We want to build wells in rural areas to give everyone access to clean drinking water.
Let's save lives and help the helpless
Nigerian Association in Lübeck registered association
Huntenhorster Weg 9a