FOR THE LAST DECADE ... We celebrated, celebrates and will celebrate again our ordinary citizens with national and international Nigerian personalities.

Date: 2021.
Time. Prompt
Venue: London
SGH: The President.
Closing: 2nd May, 2021.

Nominate by sending in the name of someone in your community, Local Government Area, State, Nigeria and The Diaspora that has done something out of the ordinary, something spectacular worth emulating, YES that Unique thing.

Our event is the first of it's kind and type.

Your Role:
Nominate yourself or someone.

Previous winners:
1. Alh Aliko Dangote
2. Various NASS
3. Governors
4. Captain of Industries.
5. Alh Kabir of Shagalinku venture
6. The wonder kids etc

This is the opportunity many are waiting for and we are all going to make it for them.
Let's celebrate the Nigeria Arisers.

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Why The Arise Project

Mission Statement

  • Empowering youths and Nigerians to arise and participate towards good welfare provision and empowering them towards self fulfillment to reach their full potential.
  • To gain recognition as a major and strong voice of Nigerians locally, nationally and globally.
  • To be a positive representation of Nigeria globally.

Nigeria Arise’s Goals
Nigeria Arise’s goal is to improve the lives of Nigerians in all aspect of their livelihood most especially on good governance and calling those in executive positions to open and accountable to their electorates and Nigerians.

Nigeria Arise’s Aims

Support and empower the youths and Nigerians through advocacy, policy-making and mentoring.
•    Improve the quality of lives of Nigerians – through good welfare representations and by providing relevant information, tools to support them and resources to maximise their potential
•    To provide research into conflict and solution to challenges faced or acknowledged
•    Educate and enlighten the public through the media, conferences, workshops and seminars by creating a deeper and wider understanding of our national values and ethics.
•    Challenge negative stereotypes surrounding Nigerians (by extension Africans).
•    To create a solution to social challenges; positive pressure and creating platform for Nigerians to express their views
•    Be a bridge to changes and create in us ethics that’s valued