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NAS Donates to Child Life-Line

NAS Donates to Child Life-Line

NAS presents 5.5KVA Elepaq Generator to Child Life-Line Drop-In Centre, Gbagada, Lagos

NAS Donates to Fountain House

NAS Donates to Fountain House

Members of NAS, New York (USA), handing over a donation to Fountain House in support of their work on recovery of men and women with mental illness.

NAS Adopt A Highway

NAS Adopt A Highway

Members of NAS, Houston (USA), taking part in community causes as volunteers.

Save Bakassi

Save Bakassi

NAS orgainised a worldwide advocacy campaign to highlight the plight of the displaced indigines of Bakassi Peninsular.

Flood Relief

Flood Relief

Visit by seadogs to Oharisi Camp for recent flood displaced victims from Bomadi, Ughelli North and South LGAs of Delta State.

NAS Election Monitoring

NAS Election Monitoring

 

NAS was accredited by INEC to monitor the 2011 elections. Members shown carrying out their duties at one of the polling centres.

Career Counselling

Career Counselling

 

 

Seadogs working within the community to give career counselling and advice to secondary school students.

NAS Summit

NAS Summit

 

 First Annual NAS Summit held in Sheraton Hotels, Abuja on Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law: Evolving Good Governance in Nigeria.

Original 7

Original 7

 

The Original Seven, at Tedder Hall Quadrangle, University College Ibadan circa 1952. From left: Wole Soyinka, Ikpehare Aig-Imoukhuede, Sylvanus Egbuche, Pius Oleghe, Nathaniel Oyelola, Muyiwa Awe, Ralph Okpara.

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Mission Statement

National Association of Seadogs (NAS) is a Nigerian charitable and humanitarian organisation and is the registered name for the group also known as the PYRATES CONFRATERNITY.

The organisation is dedicated to humanitarian and charitable endeavours within Nigeria and whatever society the members find themselves.

The Pyrates Creed - The Pyratical aims of fighting all social ills and conformist degradation within and outside our midst stand supreme. These are translated into the creed which is supposed to act as a guide to our acts and thoughts and to the solutions to dilemmas that may face us in making choices in life. There are four compass points whose function is to give us founding principles upon which to direct our lives.

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Save Bakassi March
Save Bakassi March
Worldwide march to highlight the plight of the indigenous people of Bakassi.
Feast of Barracuda Lecture
Feast of Barracuda Lecture
Feast of Barracuda lecture held by NAS Aqua Saporita (Ebonyi State).
Diabetes Healthcheck
Diabetes Healthcheck
Free diabetes healthcheck given to the public in Jos.
Donation to Children's Ward
Donation to Children's Ward
Charity visitation to the Children's Ward of Central Hospital, Warri.
Election Monitoring
Election Monitoring
NAS was accredited by INEC to monitor the 2011 elections.
Flood Relief
Flood Relief
Visit to Oharisi Camp for flood displaced victims in Ughelli North & South LGAs...
Visit to Emir of Zaria
Visit to Emir of Zaria
Courtesy visit to the Emir of Zaria.
Woly Soyinka Lecture Series
Woly Soyinka Lecture Series
Participants at the Wole Soyinka Lecture held in London.

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Wole Soyinka