NCNC

AcronymDefinition
NCNCNational Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons
NCNCNational Council of Nigerian Citizens
NCNCNorthern California Nevada Conference
NCNCNewfoundland Club of Northern California
NCNCNorth Central Newfoundland Club
NCNCNew Canaan Nature Center (Connecticut)
NCNCNepal Center of North Carolina
NCNCNepalese Community Network of Canada
NCNCNational Curriculum Network Conference
NCNCNational Captive Nations Committee
NCNCNational Cultural Network of the Cities (Greece)
NCNCNo Contribution No Chop (album by Senior Eddie Donkor)
NCNCNo Contact, No Complaint (law enforcement)
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The NCNC was no doubt the leading political party in each of the urban cities, provincial and district headquarters in Western Nigeria before 1951.
In Renascent Africa (1968), a book-length work devoted to outlining the philosophical possibilities and requirements of a postcolonial Pan-African movement, Nnamdi Azikiwe, cofounder of the NCNC, claims that, "National Risorgimento is inevitable.
But being ignored by denominational leaders did not stop the NCNC from institutionalizing itself through the development of a headquarters in Harlem as well as a national center in Dallas.
For example, one NCNC scenario involves a subject who hijacked a school bus and is threatening to blow it up and kill everyone inside if the subject's demands are not met.
The fact that the NCNC launched the UPE programme without consulting the voluntary agencies was seen by the Catholics as further proof that the Protestant dominated government had ulterior motives.
The meeting was concluded by an agreement signed between Al-Aflaj Social Development Committee and the NCNC.
Sir James named Sir Abubakar, the Prime Minister, in 1957 even though the NPC at that time only controlled one region (North) and had only one third of the Ministers in the Federal Council of Ministers and the NCNC controlled two regions (East and West) and two thirds of the Ministers in the Federal Council of Ministers.
He would work hand-in-hand with Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe of the NCNC and Wallace-Johnson's nationalist movements in Sierra Leone.
The National Party of Nigeria (NPN), Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN), Nigeria People's Party (NPP) and People's Redemption Party (PRP) were rebrands of the NPC, AG, NCNC and NEPU, respectively.
Prince Nawaf Ibn Faisal Ibn Fahd Ibn Abdulaziz, President-General of Youth Welfare Presidency, who is also Member of National Committee for Narcotic Control (NCNC), has commended Prince Naif Ibn Abdulaziz, the Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior Minister, who is also NCNC President, for his keenness and interest to activate all measures to protect the people from the scourge of narcotics.
Thus, when the Akintola-led NNDP coalesced with the NPC to form Nigerian National Alliance (NNA), the rump of the AG allied with the NCNC to form United Progressive Grand Alliance (UPGA).