Welcome to the official website of The Oxford and Cambridge Club of Nigeria.
The Oxford and Cambridge Club of Nigeria is a non-profit association of the alumni of either University of Oxford or University of Cambridge who are Nigerian or living in Nigeria. The Club was established over 30 years ago by a group of prominent Nigerians who attended either of the two Universities and wished to create a forum to encourage social, economic and intellectual debates in Nigeria.
A new Executive Committee of the Club was elected on 27 February 2020. The Members of the Executive Committee are: Mr Lanre Fatimilehin (President); Mrs Olamide Abudu (Vice President); Mr Adeola Adenubi (Vice President); Mr Olumide Famuyiwa (Hon. Secretary); Mr Ademola Adeku (Hon. Treasurer); Ms Adure Uzo-Peters (Membership Secretary); Mr Emmanuel Lawan (Social Secretary); Dr Timi Austen-Peters (Ex-officio); Ms Adefunke Adeyemi (Ex-officio) and Mr Obiora Agbim (Ex-officio).
The highlights of our year are the May Ball (traditionally held in June), the Spring Lecture and The Oxbridge Debate. We strongly believe that all our events are enjoyable, inspiring, and topical!
The Club continues to build a reputation for intellectual thought leadership, attracting leaders from the business, diplomatic and academic cadres to its events.
We have a committed Executive Committee with diverse professional and personal experience to help achieve the goals set for our great Club. We need to continue to grow our Membership in Nigeria to ensure that the Club is able to contribute to society at large.
Mr Lanre Fatimilehin