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Wikimedia User Group Nigeria/Wikimedia Abuja Hub

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Photo Taken: Oluwafemi Wahabi Stephens
Photo Taken: Oluwafemi Wahabi Stephens
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The Wikimedia Abuja Hub is a Wikimedia hub under Wikimedia UG Nigeria. The hub will serve Wikimedians in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. This hub seeks to promote Wikimedia projects in Abuja. We aim to organize several Wikimedia events, campaigns to create awareness about Wikimedia projects and trainings to recruit new editors. One of our core missions is to aid and encourage people to collect, develop and disseminate knowledge and other educational, cultural and historic content in the public domain or other licenses that allows everyone to freely use the knowledge, and to distribute and modify the contents for free.


  1. To promote the use of Wikimedia projects by people in Abuja
  2. To help people in Abuja learn how to contribute to Wikimedia projects
  3. To organize in-person gatherings of Wikimedians in Abuja
  4. To promote Wikimedia projects and free content in general.
  5. To encourage the use of Wikimedia resources in education (at cultural centers, associations and universities)
  6. Photography trips and upload-a-thons to teach users how to upload images to Commons and how to use them;



In July 2016, Runcie Chidebe (Kabusa16) watched Isla Haddow-Flood TEDxAIMS video "It's Time For Africa To Tell Its Own Story" on YouTube. The video inspired him to research about Wiki Loves Women and WikiAfrica and he contacted Isla Haddow-Flood and Florence Devouard and requested to host Wiki Loves Women in Abuja. Through the guidance of Olushola Olaniyan, in September 2016, Runcie Chidebe mobilized and hosted the first Wiki Loves Women event in Abuja with twenty women. After the event, the Wikimedia Abuja Hub was recognized by Wikimedia User Group Nigeria.

Events and Projects




Please sign in hash with 4 tildes (# ~~~~) at below, if you are interested in being a part of this community:

  1. Kabusa16 (talk) 12:55, 6 July 2017 (UTC) (Curator/Coordinator)[reply]
  2. Wiki Naija (talk)
  3. Blossom Ozurumba (talk) 15:08, 6 July 2017 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Uzoma Ozurumba (talk)
  5. Tochiprecious (talk)
  6. Popinaso 08:00, 9 July 2017 (UTC)[reply]
  7. Nonye Akupue
  8. DonCamillo (talk)
  9. Tunde Adegoke (talk)
  10. Mo Adanu (talk)
  11. Lala Sneh (talk)
  12. Chychy Chukwu
  13. Prudence Paul
  14. Naeme Naeme
  15. Wakanda Fenty
  16. SmartSteph6 (talk) 13:45, 7 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
  17. Rolandica
  18. User:Olabisi11
  19. Marvelousola01 (talk) 10:53, 10 March 2023 (UTC) Olatunji Marvelous[reply]

Contact information

  • runciecwc@yahoo.com
  • olaniyanshola15@gmail.com
  • wikimedia-ng@lists.wikimedia.org