Chapters help further the Internet Society’s cause to achieve an open and free Internet – an Internet for everyone. We bring Internet Society members in local and regional groups that run programmes and activities dedicated, among other things, to informing policy and educating the public about Internet-related issues. Internet Society Nigeria Chapter is one of such platforms, chartered in 1999 and was rejuvenated in 2017. We encourage broad public debate on internet-related topics in which all stakeholders in Nigeria are proportionally represented. We believe in the Internet Society Mission and are committed to furthering the set goals and objectives in Nigeria.

The Internet Society supports the Nigeria Chapter to promote the development of the Internet as a global technical infrastructure, a resource to enrich people’s lives, and a force for good in society.
Our work aligns with our goals for the Internet to be open, globally-connected, secure, and trustworthy. We seek collaboration with all who share these goals.
Together, we focus on:

  • Building and supporting the communities that make the Internet work;
  • Advancing the development and application of Internet infrastructure, technologies, and open standards; and
  • Advocating for policy that is consistent with our view of the Internet

To help achieve its mission, the Internet Society:

  • Facilitates open development of standards, protocols, administration, and the technical infrastructure of the Internet.
  • Supports education in developing countries specifically, and wherever the need exists.
  • Promotes professional development and builds community to foster participation and leadership in areas important to the evolution of the Internet.
  • Provides reliable information about the Internet.
  • Provides forums for discussion of issues that affect Internet evolution, development and use in technical, commercial, societal, and other contexts.
  • Fosters an environment for international cooperation, community, and a culture that enables self-governance to work.
  • Serves as a focal point for cooperative efforts to promote the Internet as a positive tool to benefit all people throughout the world.
  • Provides management and coordination for on-strategy initiatives and outreach efforts in humanitarian, educational, societal, and other contexts.

The Chapter aims to:

  • To promote the Internet to all concerned in Nigeria territory. Our task is to sensitize Institutions, Companies and Individuals on the importance of the Internet.
  • To facilitate and support the technical evolution of Internet as a research and educational infrastructure, and to stimulate the involvement of the scientific community, industry, government and other sectors of human endeavor in the evolution of internet.
  • To educate the scientific community, industry and the public at large concerning the technology, use and application of Internet.
  • To provide a forum for exploration of new Internet applications, and to stimulate collaboration among organizations in their operational use of the global Internet.
  • To encourage interaction and cross-pollination of ideas amongst members for the achievement of the aims and objectives of the chapter.
  • To foster unity and cooperation between the chapter and the parent society in particular and the public at large.
  • To promote any other educational, charitable and scientific purpose that Internet can lead and in particular the advancement of Arts and Culture, the furtherance of health and the relief of poverty, distress and sickness.


for ISOC Nigeria Chapter -Abuja, Nigeria.

  • Updated September 7, 2019
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Dewole Ajao president@isoc.ng
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Mallam Auwal Tata secgen@isoc.ng
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Mrs. Bukola Fawole-Oronti finsec@isoc.ng
Dr. MaryJane Sule treasurer@isoc.ng
Otunba Akinbo Adebunmi pro@isoc.ng

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