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Babcock University:

Babcock University is the premier private university in Nigeria, and a household name in its country. The University serves as the template for private university management and administration in the country.

The institution was awarded Brand of the Year Award, the only brand in the Education category from Nigeria selected for the award at the 2015 World Branding Awards ceremony in Kensington Palace, London. Being a pioneer private University in Nigeria since 1999, Babcock University has continued

this legacy of upholding a cutting-edge excellence in education, while offering an education that inspires hope and transforms lives.

United Nations Information Centre, Nigeria

Established in 1967, as part of the branch offices of the United Nations Department of Public Information, the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), Nigeria is one of the network of United Nations Information Centres in 63 countries, helping to link the Headquarters of the United Nations with people around the world.

The Centre provides up-to-date public information and material on the aims and activities of the United Nations, through the distribution of public information, communication and education material for use in the media, schools and directly to members of the public.

New Horizons Nigeria:

Since 1982, New Horizons Computer Learning Center has grown to become the largest independent IT training company worldwide. New Horizons Nigeria was granted the license as a franchisee of New Horizons world-wide to operate in Nigeria in May 2005, and is the leading ICT Training and Exam Testing Institute in Nigeria.

With a mission to provide quality, cost-effective training designed to increase individual and organizational productivity and enrichment, New Horizons Nigeria offers hundreds of courses and IT training, delivered by experts to individuals, small, medium and large organisations in hundreds of convenient locations globally.

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Ideation Hub Africa

Ideation Hub Africa

Ideation Hub Africa is a Social Profit Accelerator providing early-stage social entrepreneurs and non-profit professionals with experiential education, enterprise incubation, growth advisory and collaborative platforms to start, scale and sustain their big ideas for changing Africa.

Since 2015, this social profit accelerator has held Nigeria’s foremost thought-leadership conferences, seminars and networking events for third sector actors including but not limited to; Development Dialogue, Mentorship Immersion, Women in Development Summit, African Masterclass Series and the Social Innovation School.

Ideation Hub Africa believes that the way to advance the continent’s prosperity is to advance its social profit sector.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The ministry was created in 1961, with Prime Minister Tafawa Balewa appointing Jaja Wachuku the inaugural Minister of Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth Relations. Before Wachuku’s tenure, Balewa had doubled as Foreign Affairs advocate of Nigeria, from 1960 to 1961.

The Nigerian foreign ministry is a statutory body created to re-inforce foreign decision making and implementation processes in Nigeria[1] and handle the external promotion of Nigeria’s domestic vision and ideals; it is headed by a federal executive cabinet minister. As of late its mission has geared towards increasing awareness about Nigeria’s economic potential. It is part of the government’s executive branch.

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