The First Model UN Conference in West Africa held at the University of Lagos.

The Lagos Model United Nations is the premier annual Model United Nations conference in West Africa. Currently held in the University of Lagos. This conference simulates the United Nations, allowing students to serve as delegates of various nations.


LMUN is recognized by the United Nations through the United Nations Information Centre, the UN Representative Organization in Nigeria. Delegates are assigned countries whose internal and foreign policy they study, detailing their position on global issues while allying with other countries to proffer possible solutions in the form of resolutions and reports that are created during the conference.


The conference recognizes and awards outstanding delegates and position papers, and their resolutions are documented and sent to the UNIC for further deliberation and implementation.

Our Guiding Principles

We are dedicated to the principles of the United Nations.

We desire to expose more young people to diplomacy, and the role we can play in bringing change. We rely on experiential learning and collaboration, allowing delegates to engage on a range of current global issues from the perspective of their assigned countries.

Our Vision

Contributing to building a stronger, better and a more peaceful world

We are dedicated to the mission of the United Nations as stated in the 1945 charter. We are dedicated to engineering contribution to a stronger, better and a more peaceful world. We strongly believe that this forum can precipitate more innovative solutions to world problems.

Benefits for LMUN Participants

Writing Skills

We improve delegate writing and research skills  through position paper and resolution writing.


Delegates are encouraged to communicate and share their informed opinions during committee sessions.

Exposure to Global Issues

Happenings specific to each committee are highlighted, debated, and discussed.


Participating in LMUN aids in the enhancement of leadership skills, taking initiative and resillience.

Diplomacy & Negotiation

Emotional Intelligence, collaboration and teamwork are skills that are learned and nurtured.

Analytical & Critical Skills

Delegates are encouraged to think creatively in coming up with policies for their bloc resolutions.

Public Speaking

Committee speeches improve delegate speaking skills.


LMUN provides an avenue for meeting and connecting with people from different backgrounds.


Working with others to solve problems fosters understanding and growth.

Meet the 2024 Upper Secretariat

These member of staff are dedicated to ensuring the wellbeing of all Lagos Model United Nations participants. Their duties encompass all the happenings of the conference. 

Treasure Okure


Rahmat Suenu

Deputy Secretary-General

Pelumi Ogunade

Assistant Secretary-General I

Toyin Salami

Assistant Secretary-General II

Mmesoma Okonkwo

USG Finance

Enoch Akinlabi

Under Secretary-General, General Assembly Department

Ayomide Ogunsiakan

Under Secretary-General, Peace, Security and Human Rights Department

Okegbemi Oluwatunmise

Under Secretary-General, Development Department

Aminat Yusuf

Under Secretary-General, Research

Ude Ugo Anna

Under Secretary-General, Media and Communications I

Moyosola Olowokure

Under Secretary-General Media and Communications II

Sayo Sowemimo

Under Secretary-General Conference Services I

Oluwaseyi Ajayi

Under Secretary-General Conference Services II

LMUN 2024 is right around the corner!

Are you interested in supporting the next generation of leaders? By partnering with LMUN, you can play a pivotal role in fostering the growth and development of future diplomats and global citizens.

Your support will help us provide students with the resources and opportunities they need to excel in MUN conferences, build essential skills, and develop a deeper understanding of global issues.

We receive financial support, and other contributions. If you’re interested in partnering with us, we’d love to hear from you!

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