“What are we demanding?”
“Bring Back Our Girls, NOW & ALIVE!!”
“What is our singular cry?”
“Bring Back Our Girls, NOW & ALIVE!!”
“What do we want?”
“Results from the rescue operation!!”
“What are we asking?”
“The TRUTH & nothing but the TRUTH!!”
“When will we stop?”
“Until our girls are back & alive!!!!”

Confab Daily

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Citizens' Solution to End Terrorism

Read/download the 10 key action points to end terrorism in Nigeria crowd-sourced from citizens.
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Latest Newsletter: My Humanity is Bound Up in Yours


An information-driven advocacy project to increase awareness and promote transparency in Nigeria’s oil sector.

State of the Nation

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Our Nigeria; Our Future

Series of conversations around the idea of a national dialogue driven by young Nigerians.
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Fuel Subsidy Savings

Money 'saved' on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of August 29, 2014: N1.112 trillion (approx. $6.948 billion)
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  • Will you #RSVP?

    You cannot vote in the upcoming 2015 elections, if you do not register to vote (CVR) or you do not collect your permanent voter’s card (PVC). Registration and PVC collection is spread across three phases. Phase 1 is over, but you still have a chance if your state is in Phase 2 or 3.

    • Phase Two
      States: Yobe, Bauchi, Jigawa, Sokoto, FCT, Kwara, Anambra, Ebonyi,Ondo, Oyo, Delta, Cross River
    • Distribution of Permanent Voters' Cards and Pre-CVR display of Register Date: New dates to be announced Venue: Polling Units where you registered Time: 8am-5pm daily
    • Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) Date: New dates to be announced Venue: Designated CVR centre in each Registration Area (Ward) of every Local Government Area
    1. We’ve crowdsourced Citizens Solutions’ to End Terrorism
    2. We’ve engaged the National Security Adviser’s Office
    3. We’ve met the Chief of Defense Staff
    4. We’ve met the Borno State Governor and other State Governors
    5. We’ve engaged the United Nations
    6. We’ve met with parents of our Chibok Girls
    7. We’ve met some of the girls that escaped
    8. We’ve prayed and cried
    9. We’ve made new friends – across religious and ethnic divides
    10. We’ve met daily in Abuja since April 30
    11. We’ve met weekly in Lagos & Ibadan for almost 2 months
    12. We’ve marched & protested in Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Enugu, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Abeokuta, London, DC, NY, Atlanta, LA, Jo’burg & Accra to name a few
    13. We’ve TRIED to meet with Mr President.

    Through it all, our girls remain alone, afraid and captive!

    219 of Nigeria's girls have been missing since April 14.
    Our singular cry remains - #BringBackOurGirls NOW & ALIVE!