Due to his belief in the importance of education, Bona Vee started the African Dream Foundation - ADF 90 (now known as Nocomin Foundation) in 1986/87 for the quality education and positive development of the African youth. Scholarships were awarded to some deserving students.
In 1994, further driven by his desire to see the total emancipation of the African youth, and his total belief in, and adherence to, the rule of law, this committed pro-democracy/human rights activist joined the National Conscience Party (NCP), a pro-democracy/human rights organization newly-formed by the multi-award-winning Nigerian human rights lawyer and pro-democracy activist, Chief Gani Fawehinmi, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (R.I.P). As a result of his dedication and total commitment to the cause, Bona Vee quickly rose to become the first elected Chairman of the Ogun State, Nigeria chapter of NCP.
In 1995, during the general pro-democracy clampdown by the Nigerian military dictatorship, Bona Vee was arrested, along with many other pro-democracy/human rights leaders, and was detained in various police and security service cells in Ogun and Lagos States. He was eventually charged to court but as expected, he easily won his case. Thankfully, the struggle was not in vain as Nigeria returned to full multi-party democracy in 1999.
In 2003, as the executive director (Nigeria), Bona Vee played a prominent role in the formation of the Kay Morris Foundation (KMF), an international (Canadian) NGO set up by Evangelist Kay Morris, a Canada-based award-winning Gospel Music singer-songwriter. Kay Morris, through KMF, went on to do a great humanitarian job in Africa, especially in Ghana, where her effort is still being appreciated in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
Meanwhile, Bona Vee has established a non-denominational Christian Ministry, the New Order Christian Outreach Ministries (Nocomin), after successfully completing relevant pastoral courses. One major objective of Nocomin is to assist the poor and the needy in the society.