About Us

"Our work for peace must begin within the private world of each of us. To build for a man a world without fear, we must be without fear. To build a world of justice, we must be just. And how can we fight for liberty if we are not free in our own minds?" - Dag Hammarskjold, UN Secretary General, 1958

Our Administrators 2020/2021

Ade Idowu,


Danyiwo Olayiwola,


Sanni Babatunde,


Emmanuel Fawole,


Yinka Ojo,


Our Objectives

To ensure early assimilation of ethos, workings and proceedings of the united nations system. Working with the young people, students and would be diplomats from the continents in achieving world peace and stability.



The National Model United Nations - Africa (NMUN AFRICA) is a dynamic United Nations simulation project based on the principles and format of a UN General Assembly debate, with a focus on the United Nations, global issues, international relations and human rights issues.

NMUN AFRICA offers enormous benefits and life skills to participating students, managers, entrepreneurs and representatives of the public sector. They learn about tolerance, dialogue and empathy while acquiring some essential practical skills such as the written preparation of arguments and the oral presentation of such arguments; negotiation skills and diplomacy, among others.

NMUN AFRICA, like other Model United Nations, involves substantial researching, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities



We regularly send delegates across the country and across the world

We've sent members to Liverpool, Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Nottingham, Sheffield, Nairobi, Pretoria, Karlsruhe, Dresden, New York, London and beyond.

There's even opportunities to attend special UN meetings. We rarely come back empty handed as our delegations often win awards.

Latest News


NMUN Africa welcomes The Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to Nigeria.

The entire members of National Model United Nations Africa, welcome The Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to Nigeria. We wish you a wonderful stay and in the words of the British High Commissioner, Paul Arkwright, we strongly believe you'll "experience the richness and diversity of Nigeria" and that you'll "help promote British investment in youth, jobs and equal opportunities in Nigeria."

Once again welcome to Nigeria.

AFRIMUN 2019 - Upcoming Conference - Aug 29-31, 2019, Abeokuta, Nigeria

NMUN Africa, Paid Courtesy Visit to the British Deputy High Commission

The Secretary General, Olayinka Solomon and members of National Model United Nations Africa, paid a courtesy call to the British Deputy High Commission, Lagos where we met with Mr. Wale Adebajo, Political Adviser of the Commission, to exchange ideas on ways of strengthening the relationship between NMUN Africa and the commission. The Secretary General expressed his appreciation for the support the British High Commission has been given to us for quite some time now.

Discussions centered around three key cross-cutting issues: (i) Nigeria�s leadership in the Sustainable Development Goals, (ii) The #NotTooYoungToRun Bill, and (iii) Gender equality and women�s political participation.

On Sustainable Development, Sec-Gen, Mr Olayinka and his team highlighted the role the commission could play in SDGs implementation. Premium was placed on the need for Nigeria to prioritize its SDG targets to ensure maximum accomplishment and impact. On the The Not Too Young To Run bill, Mr Wale, commended the efforts of the promoters of the bill and the youths of Nigeria, he stressed the fact that it is high time young people get into governance.

Mr Wale underlined commission�s eagerness to promote gender equality and to encourage female participation in the political sphere. He emphasized the need for organizations to support programmes that encourage women to get politically engaged, to expose them to political decision-making and ensure the empowerment of women.

Closing the meeting, NMUN Africa expressed their commitment to continue her work to improve democratic accountability, working with the young people, and would be diplomats from the continents in achieving world peace, stability and development in Nigeria and Africa at large

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