NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING
Holiday Inn & Suites Chicago-O'Hare/Rosemont
10233 West Higgins Rd. Rosemont, Illinois 60018
Toll free reservation: 888-551-3843
Group code: NNA
Room rates: King $99; Double Queens $99
CLICK HERE to book accommodations at the Holiday Inn & Suites for NNAUSA - April 11-13, 2014
Room rates: King $99; Double Queens $99
Breakfast coupon available for purchase: $8 (discounted rate)
-Wireless Internet access
-24 hour shuttle to/from O'Hare Airport
-24 hour fitness center and business center
When using this custom link, guests should only enter the check in date (not before 4/10/14) and the check-out date (not after 4/13/14) and then click on “CHECK AVAILABILTY”. No other information should be entered.
They will be taken to a booking page that is preloaded with the group’s contracted rate and selected room type(s) for that date.
Guests may also call our toll free reservation line at 888-551-3843 and reference the “Ngwa National Association” group or group code “NNA”
Reservations must be made before March 14, 2014 in order to guarantee availability and group rate.
NNAUSA JUBILEE CONVENTION - INFORMATION
You are all invited to NNAUSA Jubilee Convention at Sacramento, California. Information on the convention logistics are included below. Your airport is SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. If you book your stay through another airport, you will have to drive an average of 6 hours to get to the venue. So, your airport is SMF. See additional information below.
The venue is DOUBLE TREE HOTEL 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, California 95815.
PHONE NUMBER FOR BOOKING: 1-916-929-8855.
Book with the code: NNAUSA.
Reserve online by clicking on the following link: NNAUSA ONLINE RESERVATION AT DOUBLE TREE HOTEL
For additional hotel information, click HERE
Visit www.ngwayoungprofessionals.com to learn more about NNAUSA future leaders.
Success: click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkGT6qqhUFk
Culture: click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBJMg1Egs_8
43RD JOINT NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING AND THE INAUGURAL CEREMONY
Date: March 22-23, 2013 at Sheraton Hartford Suite
Venue/Airport: Bradley International Airport, Connecticut
Hotel Phone Number: 1(860)627.5311.
If you have not made your hotel reservation, please do so immediately.
Click here for the NNAUSA revised Constitution adopted on September 1, 2012
NNAUSA National Council during the semi-annual council meeting on August 31, 2012 approved the revised constitution. On Septemeber 1, 2012, nnausa members by a voice acclamation adopted the revised constitution during the 21st annual convention in St. Louis.
NNAUSA President BO Eguzouwa Convention Speech - August 31, 2013.
delivered by NNAUSA President, Mr Boniface Onyebuchi Eguzouwa at the Silver Jubilee Convention in Sacramento California.
21st ANNUAL NNAUSA CONVENTION (August 31 - September 3, 2012)
To book online, click: Book 21st Annual NNAUSA Convention
or call Hyatt Regency Hotel at the Arch, St. Louis: 314-655-1234
mention group name: Ngwa National Association - 21st NNAUSA Convention
To print flyer, click HERE
2012 ALABAMA NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING (March 30 - April 1, 2012)
To book online, click: Book 2012 Alabama National Council meeting
or call Holiday Inn, Hoover, ALABAMA: 205-682-2901; 877-863-4780
mention group name: Ngwa National Association Council meeting
To print flyer, click HERE
2011 Convention Video Preview:
Click here to preview a video clip of the Ngwa National Association USA (NNAUSA) Inc.'s 20th Annual Convention at Stamford, Connecticut, USA on September 2-5, 2011, hosted by North New York chapter. You can also get to this video preview on youtube by entering 'NNAUSA' on search. To order, click HERE
2011 MISSISSIPPI/LOUISIANA NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING - April 15-17, 2011
Book your rooms at Hilton Jackson Hotel - TEL: 601-957-2800 (click HERE for more info.)
2010 Convention Video Preview:
Click here to preview a video clip of the Ngwa National Association USA (NNAUSA) Inc.'s 19th Annual Convention at Baltimore, Maryland, USA on September 3-5, 2010. You can also get to this video preview on youtube by entering 'NNAUSA' on search. To order, click HERE
Egwu Mgbede by Chief (Mrs) Evelyn Ononeze (aka Madam Suzuki)
Click HERE to see the latest entertainer of Mgbede dance from Omoba, Isiala Ngwa South LGA.
Champion Newspaper - January 12, 2011 - pg 9 - click HERE for the full advertisement
The Ngwa National Association. USA (NNAUSA) Inc., the umbrella organization of the Ngwa people in North America unequivocally condemns the statements made by the Governor of Abia State, His Excellency, Governor T.A. Orji against the people of Obingwa LGA at a Grand House Reception in Lagos that is currently being circulated in the Internet media network -You-Tube. (See You-Tube website:
Guardian Newspaper - October 27, 2010 - pg 44
Open Letter to President Goodluck Jonathan and the Federal Government of Nigeria on Kidnapping, Rape, Terrorism and other Organized Crimes in Ngwa land.
NNAUSA donates to Haiti Relief Fund through American Red Cross - June 2010
The Ngwa National Association, USA (NNAUSA) Inc. has donated the sum of Six thousand, five hundred ($6,500.00) to the Haiti Relief Program through the American Red Cross Society. NNAUSA’s donation is geared towards supporting relief efforts for victims of the January 12, 2010 7.0 earthquake that devastated the nation of Haiti.
NNAUSA State of the Association Speech - March 27, 2010.
NNAUSA President, Dr. Elelenta Elele delivered the following 'State of the Association Speech' at the National Council meeting in St. Louis.
Standing Committees Membership - March 27, 2010
NNAUSA President, Dr. Elelenta Elele and his executives formed 12 standing committees for 2010-2012. The committees were approved by the National Council in March 26-28 Council meeting in St. Louis. Please click on this link for the names of the committees and their members.
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the website of the Ngwa National Association, Inc. (NNAUSA). NNAUSA is an incorporated non-profit cultural and educational association. NNAUSA membership is made up of Ngwa immigrants across the United States and Canada. The Ngwas are an extraction of the Ibo people of Abia State Nigeria, one of the major ethnic groups in South East Nigeria. We take pride on our cultural heritage and the cultivation of this culture into Ngwa generations born in Diaspora. One of our primary engagements is the support of educational endeavors including the award of scholarships to needy scholars, provision of educational amenities and rehabilitation of improvised schools. Our Association holds her annual conventions during the Labor Day weekend and we encourage you to be part of this great annual celebration and exhibition of our culture.
Click here to play ALA NGWA MARA NMA song (audio)
The Ngwa National Association USA, Inc. is organized exclusively for charitable, cultural, religious, educational and scientific purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as tax exempt organizations under 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or any corresponding provision of the United States Internal Revenue Regulations).
To unite all Ngwa people resident in the North America and other parts of the world.
To promote the social, educational, cultural and economic advancement of Ngwas.
To foster good relationships between Ngwas and members of other communities in the United States and other countries
All Ngwas by birth, marriage and adoption residing in the United States of America and other parts of the world are eligible to become members of the Ngwa National Association upon their admission to membership in their local chapters. Ngwas in cities or regions where no local chapters exist may affiliate with the closest registered Chapter of the Association or may be admitted into membership by a simple majority vote of the national Council.
VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT - completed projects (click each link to view pictures)
- Ekeakpara Community School, Umuakpara - Osisioma Ngwa LGA
- Egbelu Ihie M.F School - Isiala Ngwa North LGA
- Umuagbai Village Primary School, Obohia Road - Aba South LGA
- Umuene/Umuopia Primary School, Ovuokwu LGA - Isiala Ngwa South LGA
- Obegu Primary School - Ugwunagbo LGA
- Ekearo Primary School, Arongwa - Osisioma Ngwa LGA
- Umuchima Community School, Ngwa Ukwu - Isiala Ngwa North LGA
- Umuokoro Community School, Ovungwu - Isiala Ngwa South LGA
- Osaa Okea Community School, Ahiaba - Obingwa LGA
- Umunkiri Community School, Ngboko Umuanunu - Obingwa LGA
- Osieke Community School, Obegu - Ugwunagbo LGA
- Nnentu Community School, Nnentu - Aba South LGA
- New Umuahia Road Primary School, Ogbor Hill - Aba North LGA
- Okpuala Ngwa Primary School, Ngwa Ukwu, Isiala Ngwa North LGA
- Umuobasi Amavo Community School, Amavo, Osisioma Ngwa LGA (funded & in progress)
- Abayi Group Primary School, Ngwa Ukwu, Isiala Ngwa North LGA (funded & in progress)
- Umuokengwu Community School, Umuoba, Isiala Ngwa South LGA (funded & in progress)
- Itukpa Community School, Obingwa, Obingwa LGA (funded & in progress)
- Umuokiri Umuodu Community Sch., Umuodu, Osisioma Ngwa LGA (funded & in progress)
- Mbaso Ihieukwu Community Sch., Ihieukwu, Ugwunagbo LGA (funded & in progress)
For complete list of schools selected for VPSI, click HERE...