Indian Cultural Association – Nigeria

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ICA is the largest Association of Indians in Nigeria with active involvement in Nigerian and Indian Community Social and Welfare Programs. Supported by various Orgranizations in Nigeria, ICA has been actively participating in upliftment of the local Nigerian Community as well endavouring towards socializing of Indian Members in Nigeria.

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  1. Namaskar Lagos,

    FIRST TIME IN LAGOS.

    On the occasion of HOLI, ICA has organized HASYA KAVI SAMELLAN where you all are invited. Please do grace the occasion and send this message to your friends also.https://youtube.com/watch?v=Nq9llAc0nPk 

    Thanks.

    TEAM ICA @sanjaythejain @india_nigeria

  2. Namaskar Lagos,

    FIRST TIME IN LAGOS.

    On the occasion of HOLI, ICA has organized HASYA KAVI SAMELLAN where you all are invited. Please do grace the occasion and send this message to your friends also.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nq9llAc0nPk 

    Thanks.

    TEAM ICA

  3. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    HC Abhay Thakur joined Nigerian dignitaries led by Minister of Health Dr. E. Osagie Ehanire, at the arrival ceremony of 3.92 mn doses of Covishield vaccines from Serum Institute of India today. It is the first vaccine approved by Nigeria & one of our largest vaccine consignments. https://twitter.com/Fmohnigeria/status/1366716016370331648  https://twitter.com/Fmohnigeria/status/1366716016370331648

  4. *First time in Lagos*, ICA has organised a family competition on the occasion of observing of:-
    *स्वच्छता पखवाड़ा*
    (A fortnight of cleanliness)

    *POSTER MAKING COMPETITION*
    With the theme on : *CLEANLINESS*
    On 7th February 2021 (Sunday)
    Time - 10.30 AM to 11.30 AM

    *TEAM ICA*

  5. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    Commendations to GOI/Namo Administration. Here, I would like to request GOI to consider opening routes of supplies to few African countries, including Nigeria, where a considerable number of Indians stay. There can be some kind of understanding and equation for implementation.

  6. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    Indian diaspora across Nigeria, Benin & Chad participated in our celebrations. We are proud of their vibrancy & resilience. Thank IPF, ICA Lagos, ICA Abuja, SABHA, IWA Lagos, ILS & IA Benin for their contributions, & @abikedabiri for her goodwill message.

  7. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    The first ever Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award for Nigeria was conferred by Hon'ble President of India @rashtrapatibhvn at PBD2021 today. One of only 30 such awards globally, it is a well deserved recognition for the entire Indian community. Hearty congratulations to ICA Lagos.🇮🇳 https://twitter.com/DrSJaishankar/status/1347889263782854658  https://twitter.com/DrSJaishankar/status/1347889263782854658

  8. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    Glad to support and echo this important message on awareness for use of , sent out by renowned Singer Shri Pankaj Udhas @Pankajudhas to the Indian Community in Nigeria.

    Compliment @icalagos1 for this initiative.@PMOIndia @MEAIndia @SecySanjay

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    Interview in Telegraph, Nigeria.29/8/2020

  10. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    The Dance Nigeria Dance program is an iconic program in Lagos by ICA. The children always wait for this program as they start preparing for it at the beginning of the year. This is the biggest dance event where best of the talent showcase their art in front of several audience.

  11. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    Indian Cultural Association launched PROJECT – PROVISION OF OXYGEN FOR THE NEEDY INDIAN COMMUNITY PEOPLE – FREE OF COST. Glen Eagle Clinics, Ilupeju & VI and Apollo Hospital, Ilupeju have been designated for providing the necessary support for administering the procedure.

  12. Indian Cultural Association launched PROJECT – PROVISION OF OXYGEN FOR THE NEEDY INDIAN COMMUNITY PEOPLE – FREE OF COST. Glen Eagle Clinics, Ilupeju & VI and Apollo Hospital, Ilupeju have been designated for providing the necessary support for administering the procedure.

  13. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    Indian Cultural Association launched PROJECT – PROVISION OF OXYGEN FOR THE NEEDY INDIAN COMMUNITY PEOPLE – FREE OF COST. Glen Eagle Clinics, Ilupeju & VI and Apollo Hospital, Ilupeju have been designated for providing the necessary support for administering the procedure. FewPics

  14. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    At a session with @DrSachinKumarT1, Head of Yog-Shatkarma Dept, Patanjali Ayurved Hospital, Haridwar, High Commissioner Abhay Thakur also interacted with the Indian community in Nigeria. also celebrated in & .@MEAIndia @moayush @ICCR_Delhi

  15. *Indian Cultural Association, Lagos, Nigeria* on the occasion of International day of Yoga, 2020 has organised a Special TOWNHALL meeting with *Dr. Sachin Kumar from PATANJALI YOG PEETH, HARIDWAR*.
    Day : Sunday, 28/6/2020
    Time : 10.30 AM to 11.30 AM ( Nigeria Time)

  16. Indian cultural associations, Lagos, Nigeria Retweeted

    IX 1350 flight to Calicut departed from Muscat international airport. Thanks to Omani authorities
    @MofaOman, @OmaniMOH, @PACAOMAN; Indian authorities @PMOIndia, @HMOIndia, @MOCA_GOI, @MoHFW_INDIA, @MEAIndia, @airindiain & Kerala Govt. for cooperation.

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