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Our mission is to preserve and promote African languages and engage Africans in the diaspora culturally in a fun and entertaining way.



As a start, we aim to teach Nigerians in the diaspora the three main languages (Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo) so that they can not only understand the languages but also speak it proficiently.

We plan to expand and introduce other African languages in the near future.



We also aim to encourage the cultural activities of African communities in the UK.


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