Nigerian Community in Dorset, NCD is a registered not-for-profit group based in Bournemouth, Dorset. NCD exists to support members of the public who are Nigerian by birth, ancestry and descent, marriage, naturalisation or adoption in and around Dorset. We cater for people of all ages and enable them to reach their full potential as individuals contributing to health & socio-economic well-being in the Dorset area.

Our key aims are:

Maintain cultural identity

Increase integration and participation in the British society

Mutually support one another

We work towards enabling equality of access to support services for Nigerians, thereby ensuring the welfare and well-being of all Nigerians. Our membership is made up of Nigerian individuals, students and families residing mainly in Dorset.

NCD holds regular events to provide a platform for the furtherance of our aims.

NCD is managed by a board of executives, led by a chairperson who is supported by elected officers in the functions of Administration, Finance, Welfare and Projects.


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 Ogwuazor


Mabel Onweluzo

Vice Chair

Andrew Omosevwerha


Joshua Omorodion

Assistant Secretary

John Uwejoma


Francis Onweluzo

Financial Secretary

Ade Bamgboye

Public Relations Officer

Patrick Ojo

Public Relations Officer

Erica Chikwendu

Public Relations Officer

Ima Obong Effiong


Kennedy Ashibbuogu

Welfare Officer

Omowumi Salau

Welfare Officer

Enoguese A. Oviarobo

Director of Socials

Ernest Chikwendu

Student Rep.

Gabriel Adelaja

Student Rep.