Central Association of Nigerians in the United Kingdom
The Central Association of Nigerians in the United Kingdom (CANUK) was formed by the Nigeria High Commission in the United Kingdom in 2005 in recognition of a clear need to unite the various Nigerian groups under one umbrella organisation. This ensures that the welfare, views, and community interests of Nigerians in the United Kingdom are represented in a harmonious and organised manner and creating a forum through which their voice could be heard.
Muhammadu Buhari GCFR
President Federal Republic of Nigeria
Amb. George Oguntade CFR, CON
Nigeria High Commissioner to the UK
Chair Diaspora Commission
Dr Boma Douglas
Professionals in Accounting and Commerce (PAC) and the Central Association of Nigerians in the United Kingdom, Present:
Black Youth Development Initiative
Getting Youths Off Streets to Employment
Date: 28 March 2021 Time: 4-6pm Venue: Online Click here for more information and register
The Nigerian Community in the UK mourns one of ours, Chief Mrs. Yemisi Agunbiabe-Sanusi.
She was a very social and respectable member of the community. She will be dearly missed.
Dr. Boma Douglas
Chairman - CANUK
Get ready for census
21st March 2021
DIASPORA VOICE MAGAZINE
Diaspora Voice, a community magazine produced by the Publicity Team of the Central Association of Nigerians in the United Kingdom. The purpose of Diaspora Voice is to tell the stories of Nigerians and other black and minority ethnic groups living and working in the United Kingdom.
CANUK support Black Lives Matter