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NNAUSA Members, Your Website is Live!
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Hi Everyone,

Your website is now live! That means it has moved to a new phase of problem finding or discovery, tweaking and refinement. As you can see, a few pages still need to be fully developed. It is intentional. But I need a huge favor from you. Can you help make the website better? We want to make the website as interactive as possible. We can only achieve this if everyone participates. You can participate by simply logging into the website. You need to register and become a member of NNAUSA Community.

Easy to Join:

You see, we have even made sign up as easy as possible. You can now sign up using your social site. Just click on any of your favorite social tool, enter your password…and whalaah you’re in. That’s right! It’s just as easy as that.


While you’re in, you can start a new forum, group, or simply join an existing one. Then, start a discussion or respond to one. Try it and see how easy it is to use. Remember, it’s yours too!


If you find a bug or an area of the website that’s not right, not working correctly, broken menu, typos, etc. please be kind to notify me so I can fix it quickly. Just copy the page link from the address bar paste it in the description area of the form below and click submit. Thanks a lot for helping to make this a very dynamic and engaging community. I appreciate your trust and business.


Report any bugs below:

Welcome Message by the President!
Welcome Message
Welcome to Ngwa National Association USA
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.


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.