About Us

The Urhobo Isoko people hail from the oil rich Delta State of Nigeria with a population of about seven million people, and are the 5th largest ethnic group in Nigeria.

Urhobo-Isoko Association of Calgary, AB Canada

Urhobo-Isoko Association of Calgary mission is to serve our local community as well as our country Nigeria through empowerment, cultural enrichment and education of women, youth and children, thereby fostering togetherness and excellence in our collective pursuits UIACA seeks to preserve Urhobo-Isoko culture, history, and ideals, foster unity among all Urhobo-Isokos, promote the peaceful coexistence of Urhobo-Isokos with their hosts abroad and neighbors at home, and contribute to the social, educational, and economic development of Urhobo-Isokos at home and abroad.

Membership

Over the years, we have enjoyed a family oriented fellowship and gathering at each members home.The atmospere is just a family fun fun time and we enjoy our owho and banga soup and kept Urhobo-Isokos in Calgary Area connected to one another and our culture. Together we can do more for Urhobo-Isokos at home and abroad With this goal in mind, we humbly invite you to visit with your Urhobo-ISoko brothers and sisters at one of our meetings or events. As an illustrious Urhobo-Isoko, we trust that you will find the time to mingle with your brothers and sisters once a month to share ideas that will lead to the collective development of our people.


Why Join the Association?

There are numerous benefits of joining the association. The association is a home away from home. At the association, we can celebrate our culture and work together to furge a collective agenda. We collectively can network and help eachother to become a more successful people. We gladly welcome all Nigerians and others to attend our meetings and association gatherings.

Membership Benefits

How to become a member?

New Members

Come to our meetings and enjoy a family gatherings and please pay your dues

Attend an event as a prospective member

The Association encourages prospective members to attend a meeting or event, as an observer, without participation in discussions. If after attending one meeting, you have questions or concerns, please contact the President.

Guest

The Association gladly welcome all Nigerians and others to attend our meetings and association gatherings.

Returning Members

We don't like our members going away.


Membership dues

Membership dues is paid annually. The membership dues for a family for a year is $120. We also accept donations too help fund our programs.

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