Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation Europe
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About NIDOE and NIDOE Italy Chapter
The Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation Europe, Italy Chapter is the Italy section of the European arm of a global Nigerian Diaspora network. To understand the  ITALY CHAPTER, you need to know more about the NIDOE,  established in the year 2000 and registered in England and Wales in 2002 under the Companies Act, the organization’s Headquarters is in London from where it serves its 19 Regional Chapters in 18 European Countries.
NIDOE provides an umbrella to all Nigerians in Europe. In concert with the other continental arms of NIDO in the Americas, Asia and Africa, the organization is the largest assembly of Nigerians worldwide.
The Government of Nigeria recognizes the organization as an official platform through which individual Nigerian Diaspora, their Community Organizations, and Corporate Bodies can channel their developmental efforts to Nigeria. In this sense, the organization partners with Nigerian Community / Professional Organizations as well as public and private businesses in focused areas such as Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), professional networking, stakeholder advocacy, medical missions, educational support and skills transfer to Nigeria. NIDOE - Italy Chapter is registered in Italy under the Italian law.
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Our Vision - Structure - Objectives

Our Vision


The vision of the Italy Chapter is focused on Nigerians in Italy and derived from the central vision of NIDO Europe, summarized as follows:
to bring Nigerians living in Europe together and to identify those willing to offer their skills (Education, Information Technology, Health, Economic, science, Administration, Law, Political and Corporate Governance, Management etc.) to assist Nigeria’s national development.
- These skills will be needed in developmental projects by government and non-governmental organisations. NIDO Europe as a result requires those Nigerians living in Europe who can afford to spend a period of time in Nigeria to contribute their skills to help Nigeria’s developmental process.
- NIDO Europe provides the unique opportunity for Nigerians living in Europe to learn to work and collaborate with one another in the task of nation building of our homeland. The organisation strongly believes that Nigerians in Europe can make significant contributions towards Nigeria through programs, policies, and advocacy to harness their talents, expertise, and resources for Nigeria’s development and nation building.

Our Structure

NIDOE Italy Chapter structure is similar to NIDOE. While NIDOE is more extensive as follows: The highest organ of NIDOE is the General Assembly made up of members across Europe. The Organization is governed by its Board of Trustees (BoT), who are fit, proper and accomplished individuals drawn from its membership and representing diverse professions. The 19 Regional Chapters are governed by Chapter Executives headed by a Chapter Chairperson. NIDOE has chapters in Austria, Belgium-Luxemburg, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherland, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom (2 chapters) and Ukraine. The BoT and Chapter Representatives meet yearly at a Summit to review policy and chart new directions for the organization. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) holds on yearly basis. The organization has an Advisory Board with a mandate to provide advice and counseling to the organization through the Board of Trustees.
The Italy Chapter is more simplified as follows : elect executive comprising of (1) Chairmain (2) Vice Chairman (3) General Secretary (4) Public relation and Assistant Secretary (5) Legal Officer (6) Financial Officer (7) Social and Events Officer (8) Treasurer (9) Officers without portfolio

Our Objectives

NIDOE Italy Chapter is not a mere decorative organization, passive and absent !!!, is more, it plays importante role for Nigerians in Italy. A framework organization that puts Nigerian community in Italy together to share their ideas and work cooperatively to improve their lifestyle and achieve higher goals in Italy. The organization has the potential to give Nigerians in Italy the opportunity to speak with a unified strenght and become advocate of their success. NIDOE IT can foster support systems  and strengthen connections by engaging Nigerians in Italy through social and cultural events, seminars and meetings,  business StartUps, education and professional trainings, legal assistance, immigration issues, family issues, economic and financial framework,  and many more. It helps Nigerians in Italy to resolve immediate problems and achieve pre-fixed goals.
In synergy, NIDOE IT collaborates with the other Nigerian Unions, Associations and organizations in Italy. Becoming a part of NIDOE IT organization is a great way to enhance a solid back supports. Such as creating connections to advantageous services and benefits which normally require lots of financial effort. These connections also help strengthen the safety of individuals and the opportunity to shape their life style that they can cherish for years to come. We accept your willful financial donation. By contributing, you are making yourself an integral part of the Nigerian Diaspora  community in Italy. This means that you have an active voice through feedbacks and  forums in actions which can potentially be a part of many positive changes for your personal interest.
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Our Organization Team

Challenging The mission


Good leaders thrive on adversities and difficult situations and learn from them. They are inclined to risk-taking and view failure as an opportunity to realize and innovate. They do not look at their or their team members’ failures as a product of inability or bad performance.
Chairman
Dr. Ibekwe Akuwudike Lawrence
akibepg@yahoo.it
His Inspiration
People are truly motivated by ideas capturing their imagination, and not necessarily by reward or fear. Strong leaders think futuristically and strive to energize others by enthusiasm, emotion, and passion. They seek bringing people on board who have a sense for this shared goal. This is generally considered as a very effective leadership style.
Vice Chairman
Mr. Fidel Wilson O'Neil
fidelwilson01@gmail.com
His Inspiration
Good leaders are early adopters. They are constantly on the lookout for things that seem to work – at least in their eyes – and then improve on them. They don’t care what others would think if they are very sure of what they are doing. This basically indicates a good leader shouldn’t be content with ‘business as usual’.
General Secretary
MR NWOKORO EZENWA
eze_wo@yahoo.com
His Inspiration
As a leader, it’s important you constantly seek challenging prospects to metamorphose, develop, innovate, and enhance at an organizational and personal level. Regularly experiment, take risks, and motivate others to do the same. Build a culture wherein people believe mistakes are pure steppingstones. Even things that seem to work fine in your organization may have inherent issues. You need to identify and rectify them before they spin their own web and cause trouble.
Public Relation /
Assist . Secretary

Engr. George Omorodion lduhon
georgeomo@yahoo.it

His Inspiration
Great leaders build a vision of an enabling and uplifting future where people feel invigorated by the team or organization vision. They recruit others in this shared vision by calling upon their interests, hopes, values and dreams. If your collaborators or team members cannot recollect your organization’s mission, a lack of communication is to blame.
Legal Officer
High Chief (Barrister) Ignatius Ejike Obidike
ejydyke1@gmail.com

His Inspiration
Lead by example and encourage others to do the same.
Leaders do not want to do it all by themselves – they achieve outcomes through others. And to get that done, encouragement alone isn’t enough. People should feel they could act upon things and must be supported to implement their ideas. Relationship-based and collaborative work is key to success.
Financial Officer
Mr. Timothy O. Asotie
timothyasotie@gmail.com
His Inspiration
Being the leader, you should foster collaboration by propagating co-operative objects and creating trust between team members and leaders. You must bolster others by sharing power and information and by boosting their visibility and discretion.
Social and Events Officer
Mr. James .E. Onuegbu
onuje@hotmail.com
His Inspiration
People usually do not go by what their leaders say, but by the things that they do day in and day out. Great leaders must first demonstrate the “preferred” approach.
Treasurer
M/S Ehigiator Esohe
esohe16@yahoo.it
His Inspiration
Group of people drinking wine together and celebrating small victories boosts team morale.. In other words, if you are in a fundraising campaign, you should donate to the cause yourself first before seeking donations from others.
Officer without portfolio
Chief Valentine .I. Nwodo
valingo1@yahoo.com
His Inspiration
People perform at their very best when they put their hearts and souls into the task.
Officer without portfolio
Mr. Charles Onuorah
gsilitalia@gmail.com
His Inspiration
Good leaders unleash their followers’ enthusiasm with passion-filled anecdotes and personal stories of success.
Information Technology
Mr. Henry Ngadiuba
info.prodevtechnology@mail.com
His Inspiration
Philosophy studies the problem to be resolved. Creativity and rationality seek the solution. Logical thinking materializes the solution.
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Understanding Nidoe
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The Italian Nigerian diaspora is a national economic asset, and should be engaged and deployed as such. The Nigerian Government puts a  large effort into working with this diaspora. Is hopeful if the Italian Authorities and Government  also do likewise.
- Human resource mobility is an essential feature of today’s globalised world where integrated world markets, networks and technologies are all contributing to the increasing movement of labour,
students, professionals and families. The migrants of today are the Diaspora of tomorrow - and those of yesteryears, that of today..

At almost 120,000 strong, Italian's Nigerian diaspora, comprising both italians of Nigerian origin and Nigerians resident in Italy, makes a  significant contribution to Italian's society and economy.
- Migration from Nigeria to Italy increased dramatically between 2006 and 2019.

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Compared to the professional Nigerian diaspora in the United  States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany, the Nigerian diaspora in Italy are yet to achieve a similar level of influence in higher levels of  local and national politics, academia and business.
- As our Nigerian diaspora become more politically active, both within the electorate and in the political class, the impetus of Italian local and national governments to promote the bilateral relationship will only increase.

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Embracing the contributions of our Nigerian diaspora, and giving them prominence in bilateral relations; strengthening diaspora organisations;  attracting talent in sectors that will drive Italian's growth; and ensuring this talent is mentored and supported can result in an Italian Nigerian  diaspora who:
- crystallises the potential of the nigerian economy as a driver of Italian growth
- helps to interpret Nigerian for the broader Italian community.

The Nigerian-Italian Diaspora represents a significant population in its size, spread and depth.
As academics, scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs, artists and writers, they have distinguished themselves and contributed in considerable measure to the development of the host country (Italy). 
Yet it is argued that their engagement
– economic, social and cultural– with Nigeria is currently short of its potential relative to their counterparts in North America and UK.

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This content examines that relationship and suggests how both Nigeria and the Italia must draw upon the Nigerian strategy to widen and strengthen the bridge that the Nigerian Diaspora represents.

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Nigerian and Italian governments on both sides of the migration chain increasingly recognise the value of the Diasporas’
voluntary engagement with the country of origin (Nigeria) and are seeking ways to optimise this
engagement. The question facing policymakers is not so much whether the Diaspora can benefit
the country of origin (Nigeria), but what kind of government policies and programmes can foster and promote these relationships. Diasporas are not only key drivers in development efforts but also in strengthening bilateral relations between host and home nations. This potential of the Diaspora has gained growing international recognition, both in political and academic circles as well as among Diaspora members themselves.

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Several countries of origin have attempted to formulate polices of Diaspora engagement in order to use their overseas communities as a resource for development. Such polices range from securing better welfare conditions for their migrants abroad to promoting investment and contributions to development. Literature on the subject opines that such engagement can be a catalyst to technology transfer, investment and economic development of homeland countries.
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This is also the backbone of Nidoe Italy Chapter, and we are here to face the task.

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This content will look at the size, spread, nature and composition of the Nigerian Diaspora in Italy
and seek to analyse- first, whether there is need to bring a strategic dimension to the relationship
between Nigeria and Italy, the role of the Nidoe Italy Chapter organization, if the relationship has to move to the next level, what might be the role of the Diaspora?.
The content will focus on a few select aspects for analysis. It will seek to show the future direction of Diaspora engagement and the role of policies, institutions and collaborative interventions of both the home ( Nigeria) and host country ( Italy) to maximise the benefits of this important bridge that connects them.
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NIDOE Italy Chapter is not a mere decorative organization, passive and absent !!!, is more, it plays importante role for Nigerians in Italy.
A framework organization that puts Nigerian community in Italy together to share their ideas and work cooperatively to improve their lifestyle and achieve higher goals in Italy. NIDOE IT has the potential to give Nigerians in Italy the opportunity to speak with a unified strenght and become advocate of their success.

NIDOE IT can foster support systems  and strengthen connections by engaging Nigerians in Italy through social and cultural events, seminars and meetings, business StartUps, education and professional trainings, legal assistance, immigration issues, family issues, economic and financial framework,  and many more. It helps Nigerians in Italy to resolve immediate problems and achieve pre-fixed goals.

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