Scouts... Be Prepared.
Scouting in Nigeria was introduced by the then Governor-General of Nigeria, Lord Frederick Lugard under the British Protectorates in 1912, five years after it was started Worldwide by Lord Robert Stephenson-Smyth Baden Powell in 1907, with the establishment of its first Troop in Idah present day Kogi State and became registered under the International Scout Centre at Ottawa Canada.
Scouts and Volunteers:
Hours of Community Service
National Scout Organizations
We are committed to the holistic development of young people. Through our scouting programs and initiatives, we nurture leadership skills, character, and values in our youth members. We provide opportunities for personal growth and empowerment, helping them become responsible citizens and future leaders.
Scouting encourages a global perspective. We foster an understanding of different cultures and promote international friendship. Through events like Jota-Joti and partnerships with scouts worldwide, we empower young people to be active global citizens, working together for a better world.
Scouting goes beyond individual development; it extends to making a positive impact on our communities. We actively engage in community service projects, volunteering, and initiatives that promote social responsibility. We believe in giving back and creating positive change.
As stewards of the environment, we instill a sense of responsibility for our natural world. Our outdoor activities, conservation efforts, and sustainability projects teach young people the importance of protecting the environment and living in harmony with nature.