COMMUNITY IS NOTHING WITHOUT PEOPLE
THE EXECUTIVE MEMBERS
Welcome to Nigerian Community in Dorset.
Our goal is to engage and mobilize the Nigerians in Dorset and provide a focus for dealing with Nigerian community issues. Mutually support one another, maintain cultural identity, and increase integration into British society. The aim of NCD is to unite all Nigerians in Dorset whatever their Religion, Tribe, or Politics they belong.
Come and join us, become a member, and be counted.
Rupert was first appointed as chairman of the NCD Steering Committee in 2020 and elected as chairman of the NCD in 2021. He is an accountant with a multinational investment bank within the financial districts of the City London and also sits on the board of a local charity as Trustee. He enjoys photography in his spare time.
The position of Deputy Chair is still vacant.
He has been a member of the association for over 5 years. Andrew is a Report Developer by Profession and has lived in Dorset for over 20 years. He is a family man with a wife and 3 children as well as avid Arsenal FC supporter.
He is a Civil Engineer. He moved to the United Kingdom in the late 70s. In 2009 he established a successful property business in Bournemouth, which develops building projects, construct domestic and commercial buildings. He has always taken a keen interest in African affairs. He supports several local charities. John served as the Chairman of the Nigerian Community in Dorset from 2015 until 2020. He is currently the Financial Officer.
Anthony served as Special Adviser of the Nigerian Community in Dorset from 2015 until 2020. He is currently the Welfare Officer of the association.
Community Engagement Officer
Ade served as Public Relations Secretary of the Nigerian Community in Dorset from 2015 until 2020. He is currently the Community Engagement Officer of the association.