Nigerian society endeavours to be a unifying body that represents the interest and speaks on behalf of all students at the University with a connection to Nigeria. Our passion is to create a platform where Nigerians can share ideas and foster better relationships amongst ourselves. We feel that a strong Nigerian society will attract more potential students from Nigeria willing to study abroad to the University of Southampton. We also believe that we could, through the Nigerian society contribute to the the rich multi-cultural environment that exists here in Southampton.

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Nigerian Society this year are:

Vivienne Rwang
Kurotimi Fems
Publicity officer
Maureen Usiagwu
Olusegun Adesina
Abigail Eshigbemeh
Vice President
Damilola Nuga
Welfare/Pastoral Officer

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Health & Safety

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