Nigerian Professionals in Canada – Building Connections and Understanding Canadian Workplaces

Are you a professional, business owner, or student of Nigerian origin residing in Canada? It’s time for a town hall meeting, and you’re invited to join the conversation!

In the past, it might have been possible to know every Nigerian in your city, but times have changed, and that’s a positive development. The Nigerian community is growing, our horizons are expanding, and we are flourishing. Just imagine the number of Nigerians all across Canada – a diverse, vibrant community that we’re proud to be a part of.

This is a call to come together, connect, and support one another as we establish new roots in our beloved Canada. We’re not only building our own future but also paving the way for those who follow, including our children.

Join the Nigerian Professionals in Canada on November 11th for an insightful gathering where we’ll not only get to know one another better but also engage in conversations about ‘Understanding Canadian Workplaces.’ We’re thrilled to have outstanding speakers like Anita Adefuye (@anitaadefuye), Emeka Nwarulor (@emekanwarulor), Bukky Okunbajo (@itsgoodeve), and Olubunmi Ayantunji (@olubunmi.ayantunji), who have graciously agreed to share their insights on different key areas and will be available to answer your questions.

Secure your spot here: Zoom Meeting Registration Link.

Come prepared to learn, share your experiences, and network with professionals like you from all corners of Canada. If you’re not yet part of the Nigerian Professionals in Canada (NPiC) community, you can join here: NPiC LinkedIn Group.

Be sure to invite others to this exciting event.

We want to express our gratitude to @t.ruth27 for the amazing designs that have made this event even more appealing. See you on the 11th – let’s make this gathering a memorable one!”

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