The Concerned Nigerians Germany e.V.


The freedom of the less privileged ones are our basic pronciples


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The Concerned Nigerians Germany (CNG) is a non-profit organisation committed to the advocacy of all Nigerians across the globe. One of the organisation's objective is to ensure good governance in Nigeria. The organisation encourage Nigerians all over the world to obey the laws of the various countries in which they are residing in and help promote democracy in Nigeria.

The CNG ensures that all Nigerians enjoy the Universal Declaration for fundamental human rights of 10th December 1948. The organisation promotes the protection and defending the rights and liberties of all Nigerians around the world. Its centre of activity is to ensure that all Nigerians acquire, possess, and protect the image of Nigeria and the country where they are residing. The organisation also ensures there is protection of all Nigerians with the aim to pursue and obtain safety, happiness, and privacy in any part of the world.

Overview of Nigeria


Nigeria has a population of about 154 million, with the largest country in Africa and accounts for 47 percent of West Africa’s population. It is also the biggest oil exporter in Africa, with the largest natural gas reserves in the continent. With these large reserves of human and natural resources, Nigeria is poised to build a prosperous economy, reduce poverty significantly, and provide the health, education and infrastructure services to its population needs.


Nigeria was among the first countries to adopt and implement the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) to improve governance and oil sector. A multi-donor trust fund supported the commissioning and publication of in-depth financial, process and physical audits of the Nigeria petroleum sector revenues from 1999 to 2005 which placed comprehensive financial information about the petroleum sector revenues in the public domain for the first time. By integrating civil society and media in NEITI, public awareness and engagement in Oil and Gas (O&G) sector governance and management was enhanced. The Bank and the multi-donor trust fund also supported the legal framework for the extractive revenues transparency (one of only two globally) with the signing of the NEITI Act in 2008.

Registered charity in Kassel with No. 85 VR 4942