Nigerian Society of Victoria Inc

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54th Nigerian Independence Day Celebrations tickets are now available

Date: Saturday 11th October 2014
Venue: The Grand Hall, Kingston Arts Centre, 985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin VIC 3189
Time: 3:30PM – 10:30PM

How to get your Ticket
Tickets can be purchased online now using the link below:

54th Nigerian Independence Day Celebration Ticket

You will be asked for the names and ages of all guests attending for our guest list, and for us to ensure that the right tickets have been purchased.

Tickets Prices
Adult (12 years and over): $70*
Adult Paid-up Member (12 years and over): $50*
Child (4-11 years old): $15*
Infant (0 – 3): Free

*Online fees apply

Note: A Paid-up member refers to a member that has paid the annual dues for the current financial year 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2015. To update your annual membership ($50 for Families and $25 for Singles) and take advantage of the discounted ticket price, please make a bank transfer to our Bank of Melbourne Account Name: The Nigerian Society of Victoria; BSB: 193-879; Account Number: 464 058 534 and put your Family name in the payment reference.

 
President's Message Print E-mail

Welcome to the Nigerian Society of Victoria, Australia. We are a not-for-profit organisation and our mission is to provide a platform for interaction, networking, education and capacity building for Nigerians living in the State of Victoria. We also work in collaboration with other communities in Victoria and Australia at large to achieve mutual goals while promoting the image of Nigeria.

We welcome friends of Nigerians and anyone that is interested in Nigeria and its affairs.

One of our objectives is to engage and empower our youth to provide an opportunity to socialise, network and become actively involved in the affairs of the organisation. We believe that young people are the “future” and we would like to encourage them to be active members of the community now so that they can contribute to decision making that will ensure positive impact on the lives of everyone in the future.
 
I call on all Nigerians living in Victoria and Australia at large to embrace the organisation and get involved in its activities. If you are not a member of the society, we encourage you to become one. There are lots of benefits in being a member.
  

Fred Alale
President

 
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