Nigerian Pharmacists Association

of Michigan, Inc.

P.O. Box 691 | Southfield, MI 48034 | (248) 796-9396



Yes, you read that right!

On behalf of the entire membership and executive council of the Nigerian Pharmacists Association of Michigan (NPAM), Inc., we are pleased to acquaint you with our organization and extend our warm request for your esteemed consideration.

As you may know, NPAM is a not-for-profit professional association, advancing the interests of pharmacists of NIGERIAN descent. Our membership cuts across retail, hospital, ambulatory, educational and independent sectors while remaining open to other emerging practice areas.

So why should I be bothered ... you may ask? Well, we know you are a pharmacist, we also know you are a Nigerian, even way before you became a pharmacist. If you read this letter up to this point, guess what? ... YOU BELONG TO NPAM!!

In case you're wondering what we're all about, here's a sampling:

  • NPAM donates pharmacy texts, journals, and magazines to pharmacy students in Nigeria

  • NPAM awards scholarships to pharmacy students in Nigeria

  • NPAM organizes Continuing Education programs for members and interested pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

  • NPAM provides avenues for networking, collaboration and idea sharing amongst its members

  • NPAM has group legal coverage for professional liability for its members

  • NPAM engages in community outreach programs

While we're not trying to impress you with our accomplishments, we're trying to impress it upon you to consider what portion of our missions you really cannot agree with, come on in, let's sit down together and talk! As you may have imagined, we all don't agree all of the time ... but we are open-minded enough to consider alternative points of view.

Why don't you join us, we need you. You have something to contribute and we want to work with you. We meet once a month at the Southfield Recreation Center. You can call any of the numbers listed below. Looking forward to seeing you.

Tosh Bolanle, RPh, MBA

NPAM Ex-Officio

Kinglsey Jademi, PharmD


Samson Imalele, RPh

General Secretary