PURPOSE OF IBBN

The movement is to push for a total change towards a new Nigeria by eradicating poverty, disease, insecurity inefficiency, corruption illiteracy and unproductive work ethics and restructuring the Nigerian system by empowering the people, moving them from the bottom of the pyramid to the middle and the top of the pyramid.

OUR SLOGAN

“Better and Brighter Nigeria! Greater and Stronger Nation”

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  1. To advocate for a new Nigeria that is built on a principles of democracy, rule of law, equity, social justice and liberty for all regardless of religion, ethnicity, gender, race, social status.
  2. To build a nation that is rooted in the fear of God, and the well been of the citizens.
  3. To embark on programme designed to transform Nigeria into a corrupt-free society whereby merit will be the yardstick for considerations in the distribution of the common wealth
  4. To mobilize and mentor the younger generation into leadership positions in strata of society.
  5. To provide a voice for the voiceless Nigerians by advocating for better and brighter Nigeria where the ordinary citizens will freely and effectively exercise their franchise.

PRINCIPAL GOVERNING OFFICERS

These shall comprise of the following

  1. Members of the board of trustees
  2. The Executive Committee: Members to be appointed by the BOT
  3. Central working Committee: Comprising of members of the Executive committee, Heads of Directorates, Regional and state Coordinators

NATIONAL SECRETARIAT

  1. Directorate of administration
  2. Directorate of youth development and revival
  3. Directorate of legal social and public affairs
  4. Directorate of women affairs
  5. Directorate of media and ICT support
  6. Directorate of finance and accountability
  7. Directorate of education and training
  8. Directorate of business and marketing
  9. Directorate of security
  10. Directorate of welfare and hospitality
  11. Directorate of governance and politics
  12. Directorate of religion affairs network

STRATEGIC THINK TANK
(SEVEN GROUPS / ORGANS)

  1. GOVERNANCE SPHERE: Infrastructural development, law, and order policies and politics dealing with political leaders
  2. Monitoring and evaluating sphere (audit) for effectiveness and efficiency, national survey and strategic think tank.
  3. ECONOMIC SPHERE: Prosperity through processing our natural resources, meeting with professionals and business people.
  4. RELIGIOUS: Spirituality, harmony, and welfare.
  5. SOCIAL SPHERE: Health and family structures, entertainment and hospitality (creating banquets, rallies etc).
  6. EDUCATION SPHERE: knowledge and skill development (student affairs and renewal, training of leaders).
  7. MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION SPHERE: responsible journalism, publicity and ICT.

ZONES

ZONES 1 (SOUTH WEST)

Lagos, Ogun, Ekiti, Oyo, Ondo, Osun

ZONES 2 (SOUTH SOUTH)

Edo, Delta, Beyelsa, Akwa-Ibom, Rivers, Cross River.

ZONES 3 (SOUTH EAST)

Anambra, Abia, Ebony, Enugu, Imo

ZONES 4 (NORTH CENTRAL)

Nassarawa, Kogi, Benue, Plateau, Niger, Kwara and FCT, Abuja

ZONES 5 (NORTH EAST)

Yobe, Adamawa, Gombe, Bauchi, Taraba, Borno.

ZONES 6 (NORTH WEST)

Sokoto, Zamfara, Kano, Jigawa, Kebbi, Katsina and Kaduna.