We condem Xenophobic attacks by the South African people on other African - #TeamNBM
Africa is one strong and richly endowed continent, it is disheartening and totally condemable, the Xenophobic and other kinds of attacks by South African citizens on other African especially Nigerians,read more
The ideology of the movement was Neo-Blackism, which was a complex mix of Intellectual Radicalism, Pan Africanism, Negritude, African Traditional Religion(ATR) practice, research and Fraternal Relations.
The Neo-Black Movement mantra is premised in Equality and Social Justice for all.
NBM does not encourage or seek to propagate any teachings or acts of supremacy or the practice of any forms of inequality in any variation based on race, religion, socio-political affiliations, sex, tribe or tongue.
The movement adopted a Motto, which is to serve as a guiding principle; “Whenever there is a cry of oppression, Neo-Blackism begins”.
The Neo Black Movement is committed to assiduously lead the path towards utopia in these challenging times.
We have remained steadfast in our pursuit of uhuru and utopia on behalf of the oppressed populace of this global village.
At 40, we have come a long way and have amassed resources both human and capital, that has continued to ensure, that we positively impact the global populace. As leaders, we hold an ethical believe that; to lead is to serve, thus we are at your service
NBM of Africa Sponsors WAEC Examination Registration For Awaiting Trial Inmates at Ikoyi Prisons.
As part of the "Education for All Initiative" championed by the Neo Black Movement of Africa (NBM), the Western Region of the movement undertook the full sponsorship of five (5) awaiting trial inmates of the Ikoyi Prisons....
40th anniversary celebration: Neo Black movement donates drugs, money to Bakassi IDPs
TWO thousand one hundred internally displaced Bakassi refugees on Thursday afternoon received free medical care from the Neo Black Movement Africa which visited the IDP camp as part of activities to mark its 40th anniversary and 39th annual general meeting.
Fela Kuti (born Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti 15 October 1938 – 2 August 1997), also known as Fela Anikulapo Kuti or simply Fela, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, human rights activist, and political maverick.