Ween Chukusa as President–General of NAUK national, provides leadership to this national body, coordinating the various units and roles, and harnessing resources to build and sustain an association that is united, vibrant,  and valued, able to speak with one voice and delivering on our shared goals. In this role, he works with chapter leaders, providing support to enable them where and when necessary.

He comes to this role from a Management Consultant background. He is also an author and ordained pastor. Ween has served as President of Obiaruku Socio-cultural Association (OSCA), Secretary-General, Obiaruku Community Lagos, and President in the past, and currently Ndokwa Language Foundation, where he still serves as President.

Ween believes in the vast potentials of our people and has the passion to work with all, including affiliate organisations to build a united, valued and vibrant Ndokwa community, that makes us feel at home here in the UK, while advancing Ndokwa’s collective interest.


Priscilla Daniel (Mrs) deputises for the President-General in his absence, and carries out other responsibilities as may be assigned by the President-General, including coordinating the affairs of Ndokwa women in the UK working through local chapter leaders and that of affiliate organisations. The goal is to mobilise and forge our women into a formidable force that effectively runs their homes yet building successful careers and impacting their immediate communities positively.

Priscilla a Procurement consultant with the Rail industry and a business woman, had served as President of Ndokwa Women’s Union UK, Vice president of Ndokwa Association, NAUK London Chapter, and Social Secretary of then Ndokwa Community.


Felix Oweka as Secretary-General co-ordinates the administrative system of the Association, including managing national level meetings (events) and correspondences to ensure effective communication both within, and with our stakeholders.

Felix is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, re-qualified as a solicitor of the senior courts of England and Wales, and holds LLM degree from University of Westminster. He is a consultant in Immigration, specialising in alternative dispute resolution. He is also a minister of the gospel.

Felix is assuming his role as Secretary-General of the association with vast experience in similar roles. He is a man with a passion for his people, and believes that when Ndokwa people unite, much more will be achieved.


Celestina Egbor (Mrs) is the chief image maker of the Association. She fills the Public Relations role ensuring that NAUK national remains in the spotlight positively through the information she provides to, and receives from our valued stakeholders about our activities.

Celestina is a Business Consultant and Coach with a global company with a specialist interest in health and wellness. She qualified as a Psychiatric Nurse from Hertfordshire University and had four years practice before starting up her own business.  

Celestina who had served as Vice-President, Federal Union of Ndokwa Students (FUNS) during her university days in University of Calabar, is very passionate about the Ndokwa nation becoming a relevant player globally, especially in today’s world where ethnic nationalities have taken center stage.


MONDAY MADU is the Financial Secretary with responsibility to collect all
Association’s revenues in dues, levies, donations, grants and any monies as may accrue to the Association to fund its activities. He keeps the Association’s books, and works with the executive team to design and implement fund raising activities to fund key projects.

He also works with the Treasurer to prepare the Association’s financial reports, provide the Executive (or any other relevant organ) with up-to-date information on the Association’s financial position to facilitate decision making and where necessary, liaise with any appointed auditor(s) periodically in their assignment as may be required.

Monday is a member of the NAUK Birmingham Chapter where he currently serves as Treasurer. He is a Chartered Accountant and Banker with over 20 years experience in the Banking and Investment sector in both Nigeria and the UK. He is passionate about the Ndokwa cause and translates that passion in his readiness to serve.


Chinedu Aghanenu as Welfare Secretary is charged with providing leadership towards ensuring a safe, conducive and positive environment at NAUK events. He also works with the various branches on welfare related issues of general concern.

Chinedu retired at Senior Management level after over 20-year service in the Banking and Investment sector (in Nigeria and UK) to start his own business where he works as Strategy Management Consultant and Business Adviser. He is also a visiting University lecturer in Accounting and Finance.

He is a member of the Executive of NAUK Birmingham chapter, highly passionate about the Ndokwa cause and believes the welfare the Ndokwa man or woman is a factor in his/her overall life impact and so should be of interest to the Association.

Mr. Charles Ugboh


Role is to source funds, manage it and ensure the Association is able to execute it's projects.

Our roles:

  • We articulate the position of the Association and speak on their behalf;
  • We represent the Association at national and International levels;
  • Coordinate the collective efforts of the chapters to mobilise resources/fund for common projects and programmes;
  • Host national association meetings (delegates, General meetings, conventions and other planned events), and
  • Coordinate the establishment of new chapters.