Nigerian American Multi-Service Association

NAMSA is a registered non-profit in service of the Nigerian-American community in the United States. We are committed to providing services that improve lives and help integration into the larger American society.


A key part of our work is to inform our members and other stakeholders about developments within and outside our community.

Latest News

Hakeem Olajuwon has heard a lot about Donald Trump lately. How could he not? The NBA’s most famous Muslim player has been besieged with Trump’s message and the constant suggestion from the Republican presidential frontrunner that the US should ban Muslims from entering the country. Naturally, Trump’s words frustrate him, and yet he will not…
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  • 01 Apr

Deji Akinwande, a professor at the University of Texas Austin, is one Nigerian scaling hurdles, pushing boundaries and breaking stereotypes. Akinwande has been identified by President Barack Obama, as one of the recipients of “the highest honour bestowed by the US government for science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research…
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  • 24 Feb

The Nigerian community in Houston will launch a credit union according to information from the Nigerian in Diaspora Organization (NIDO), Houston chapter.  Texas has the largest concentration of Nigerians in the United States. “A Credit Union for Nigerians in America is well overdue,” noted NIDO in a statement announcing the credit union which will be formally…
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  • 08 Jan

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