A New Nigeria/Africa with Dignity and Values for Equity and Humanity


To revive and restore the true African values of Humanity and Self-Reliance through active Leadership and Public ORIENTATION and ENCOURAGEMENT.

Our Aims

  • To restore the dignity and values of Humanity in Africa through practical orientation and support-network programs among the general population.
  • To promote the quality of selfless and exemplary Leadership among the African Children and Adolescents.
  • To promote the principles of social and moral support among the citizenry through the initiation of the Brothers Keepers Network


Pass, Present and Future Events

Africa ARISE ( Active Restoration Initiative through Social Emancipation) at Alexis Hotel and Conference. Plot 693 Obafemi Awolowo Way, Zone B4, Jabi Abuja.

“Back to the Roots”


The G-ROLE Africa Monthly e-Conferencing/Webinar


The G-ROLE Africa Sensitization Road Walk


“Nigeria My Country” The G-ROLE Africa in Association with the “New Nigeria Is Possible” Coalition goes on Air – Bright FM 98.7 Abuja, Nigeria. Sundays, 4pm – 4:30pm

The G-ROLE Africa in partnership with the New Nigeria Is Possible Coalition holds the “New Nigeria Assembly”. Join other true patriotic Nigerian faithful in seeking the lasting civilized solution to rediscovering Nigeria. The Assembly where we hold the New Nigeria Dream.

We the People of Nigeria (WEPON) National Reconciliation Conference at NICON Luxury, Abuja, Nigeria.


The Young LIONNA School Leadership Clubs.

The G-ROLE Africa engages schools and support grassroots drives and programs among children in primary education toward acquiring sustainable and selfless leadership, and community-support qualities among others.
The G-ROLE Africa has developed a structured leadership club program for school children in the primary and secondary level education in Africa, known as the Young Leaders Initiatives of the New Nigeria and Africa (Young LIONNs Africa). The programme runs in some states of Nigeria, from January to September annually.


SAELS is an economic empowerment program in which certain less privileged persons such as unemployed young people/youth groups or widows and widowers in poor settings (remote unreached villages, basically) are selected and trained to acquire some self-reliant economic, vocational, or entrepreneurial skills over a period of 3 – 6 months.