The Africa4u Awards for Africans and Caribbeans in West Yorkshire has now been confirmed.
The event shall take place on Friday the 6th of May at The City Library in Bradford at 6pm on the dot . We are passionate about celebrating the success stories of African and Caribbean achievers in Bradford, Leeds, Huddersfield, Halifax and surrounding areas.
We will have some amazing speakers in the day living in different parts of West Yorkshire.
We will also be giving out Award certificates to some amazing African and Caribbean achievers living in West Yorkshire for their great work in various communities.
Come and be part of an amazing evening of Award recognitions, Motivational talks, networking and light refreshments .
CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE TO NIGERIAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, BRADFORD – AN AWARD RECIPIENTS AT THE AFRICA4U AWARDS FOR AFRICANS AND CARIBBEANS IN WEST YORKSHIRE TAKING PLACE AT THE CITY LIBRARY IN BRADFORD ON THE 6TH OF MAY
Nigerian Community Association Bradford (NCAB) BIO
The Nigerian Community Association Bradford (NCAB) was founded in 1991 as
Nigerian Friendship Society (NFS) in Bradford West Yorkshire to empower
members and friends of the community. In 2003 NFS became NCAB in
recognition of a need to demonstrate greater inclusivity. In 2012, NCAB
celebrated their 21 st anniversary and in December 2021, the association
celebrated her 30 th anniversary which was attended by a lot of people within
and outside Bradford.
NCAB is active in organising educational, social, and cultural activities including
health events, business seminar, immigration, practical support to members.
The association has witnessed many leaders who have led the association to
succeed in her current endeavour. The association current president is Dr.
Olushola Adeborode Kolawole (OAK) who took over the leadership of the
association in December 2021.