MBANO is a community located in the South-Eastern state of Imo State, Nigeria. It is in the center of the “Eastern Heartland” with a land mass that spans two local government areas, namely, Isiala Mbano and Ehime Mbano. The people of Mbano are religious, enterprising, philanthropic and endowed with rich cultural heritage that respects old-age and accommodates the least privileged in the community.


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MNA Convention

We are proud to come from Mbano

We meet every year to celebrate to our heritage, our culture and delibrate the future and development of Mbano.

Mbano National Assembly, Inc. USA

Medical Mission to Nigeria.

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Mbano Joint Hospital Extension Project

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Micro Credit Scheme.

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Mbano Youth Program

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Mbano Annual Convention

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The President Speeches

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