ATLANTA, GA – The Nigerian American Public Affairs Committee – NAPACUSA, is holding its 10th National Convection & celebrating its 10th year Anniversary in Atlanta, GA.
The event will take place from the 12th of November through the 14th of November 2021 and will be the bedrock for the annual general meeting and various organizational events to include leadership workshops and youth mentorship training.
In observance of its 10th year in public engagement through support of political candidates, championing voters’ registration among the diaspora and special causes, NAPAC-USA will celebrate in full array of cultural excellence its history and future as a notable organization in the diaspora.
The gala will feature a welcoming message from Dr. Nelson Aluya, NAPAC-USA President and Dr. Edafe Sodje, NAPAC-GA Chairperson. The Keynote Speaker of the occasion will be Dr. Oye Owolewa, U.S. Shadow Representative District of Columbia, while in attendance will be Special Guest Honorable Dabiri-Erewa, Chairwoman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Ambassador Dr. Amina A. Smaila, Consulate General – GA, Junior Ezeonu, Councilman at Large, City of Grand Prairie, and many local dignitaries.
Registration for the convection is available, visit napacusa.org to get your tickets today.
All roads leading to Atlanta!
Tinú Akinyinka-Peña, National Director of Public Relations
ABOUT NIGERIAN AMERICAN PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE:
Nigerian American Public Affairs Committee, USA (NAPAC-USA) is 501 (C) 4 established in 2011 as a Political Action Committee to educate and engage the African diaspora community in the United State of America to be involved in the political process.