ThinkAfrica embarked on a journey with 20 young professionals of the diaspora to Lagos, Nigeria in December 2016. The journey included professional, leisure, and cultural events that brought together a group of young professionals. The participants were able to change their outlook of Africa, form new friendships, and create business opportunities in seeing the development of Africa. Don't believe us? Take a look at some of the testimonials below! We even have an informational packet      of activities we attended in 2016 for you! 


"From the moment you step off of the plane there is an abundance of knowledge surrounding you. It was heart warming to know you were in the motherland; where life began. It felt like home. The people like distant family. The purest form of beauty. The release of every fear or worry you've ever had gone in an instant. Sure I can just describe Nigeria but to know it you have to live it to understand. Cant wait to live it again!" - Tanjela Jones

"ThinkAfrica literally gave me the greatest experience of my life, I cannot explain the gratitude for the overall time spent in the motherland I'll be going back annually, without a doubt." - Kenny Godfrey 

April 13, 2017

Hello, my name is Chukwuemeka “Chuck” Nwaopara and I been to Nigeria 4 times. Every time I went to Nigeria, I went with my family but, this last Christmas I went with Think Africa. Going to Nigeria with ThinkAfrica was not only fun, but informational. I have never met so many inspiring CEOs, principals of big companies, and professional figures that live in Nigeria. I have learned so much about my father’s land this past Christmas. I have also never been to a Nigerian resort, ThinkAfrica has helped me paint a different picture of Nigeria. This not only changed my view of Nigeria, it changed my friends’ view as they view...

March 31, 2017

I learned about ThinkAfrica about a month before the trip to Nigeria was expected to take place. I actually had just gotten back from traveling to Nigeria for a family wedding and was having the urge to return. So, when I found out about this trip I was not only delighted but also a bit hesitant. I wasn’t sure if this was possible given the time crunch and financial expense—but I look a leap of faith anyway and began to fill out the interest form. And, I am glad I did. The experience was remarkable and so well worth it!

A few days later I got a call from a ThinkAfrica executive member who answered all my questions and ad...

July 23, 2016

Tells us about your experience during the Pageant.

The Miss Nigeria USA Pageant was an interesting and unforgettable experience. I spent a week in New York in a house with 16 other women with different personalities, goals, backgrounds and only two bathrooms you would think that would be a recipe for disaster but one thing we all had in common is our love our country. From making new friends, to having the opportunity to hear the plans and dreams and the hope our generation has in Nigeria was refreshing and I truly appreciate the experience, crown or now crown.  It also brought to light for me some down falls our country...

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