In 2011, we established a long held plan to create a community of Nigerians working in unity for the promotion of all thing Nigerian in a positive sense. The goal itself is to define what being Nigerian truly means outside the common stereotypes, especially to the global community.
While social media has largely spurred revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa, the same medium has helped us to garner followers and lots of membership for the platform. Hence in 2011, we have been able to reach out to over 16,000 directly and 3,000,000 via chain referrals by the social media platforms. The community we have established have indeed been helpful and this is our appreciation for all we did together in 2011.
1. To our 16,286+ members on facebook who continually share, comment, appreciate, criticize all we do, we say thank you.
2. To the young men and women in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, France and Nigeria who have been working tirelessly and volunteering for all we do – thanks for your labour of love.
4. Nigeria columnists at Think Africa Press who continue to reports events and occurences in Nigeria to everyone at home and in the diaspora, we appreciate your patronage.
5. Patricia Omoqui Enterprises, Vitiligo Support and Awareness Foundation, Omoaholo Omoakhalen, Dada Etti Children Care Organization, and all individuals and organisations who provided contents for us we appreciate you.
7. Iceberg Infotainment, Nigeria’s foremost IT outfit for the work being done on our platform.
To all of you who sent us content, ideas, suggestions in 2011, we say a big thank you.
In 2011, we developed agenda, worked on strategies, kept contact and as we proceed to 2012, full implementation of our plans and goals will take place. We hope you will follow us through 2012 as we say thank you and have a happy new year.