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Feb. 8, 2007 - ABUJA, Nigeria - Nigeria, Benin and Togo formed a new regional body aimed at fast-tracking the integration of the economies of the three west African neighbours.

The body, known as the Co-Prosperity Alliance Zone (COPAZ), was formally inaugurated following a mini-summit of Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, Beninois President Boni Yayi and Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe.

Nigerian Students Association at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

An organization that would promote the very rich Nigerian culture through various social activities at Rensselaer. To provide an orientation point to first year Nigerian students at Rensselaer. To promote the ongoing Renaissance at Rensselaer to Nigerian Rensselaer Alumni and Nigerian community at large. Demonstrate diversification in the Rensselaer community.

Programs & activities: shows with other organizations, international show, showcase with other groups, international food showcase, movie nights, invite guest speakers, new student’s orientation.

NSA @ RPI Constitution: <--- Click to read the Starter Constitution

NIGERIA: All about Nigeria

"Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation. A country of exciting cultural diversity with over 250 ethnic groups and a coastline stretching over 800 miles, Nigeria presents a mixture of traditions, a land of remarkable opportunities and warm, friendly people. It is a nation where Christians, Muslims and traditional animists have co-existed for years, many times with adherents of these three religions being members of the same family."

NIGERIA: Official web portal of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

NIGERIA: Nigeria Profile

Nigeria National Anthem and Pledge

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, (RPI)

Today’s Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is combining its legacy of leadership in technology-based education with an expanding emphasis on the pursuit of discovery.

RPI is widely recognized for the effectiveness of its hands-on approach to undergraduate education. Rensselaer’s classrooms are a model for intellectual engagement and the interaction of students and faculty. In both curriculum reform and creative use of new teaching techniques and technologies, Rensselaer’s leadership in interactive learning has helped to further transform the way we teach and learn.

Rensselaer’s engineering, fine arts, applied mathematics, and management programs were ranked among the best in the nation in the 2006 U.S. News & World Report guide to “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” published April 1, 2005 online.


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