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#OfficeOfTheCitizen discussions for July 3 – 7

The office of the citizen radio program held across 11 states in Nigeria during the week. Below is the summary of topics and guests for the week.

 

City/Station Date/Time Summary
Abeokuta

Sweet 107.1FM

Tuesdays @ 10:30am  Kunle Adeogu of  WARDC discussed tax harmonization in Ogun State. 
Lokoja

Prime 101.5FM

Tuesdays @ 9am Christianah Adejumo of FIDA and Executive Secretary, Challenged Parenthood Network Initiative, Abimbola Agbogun discussed women participation in the continuous voters’ registration exercise.
Lagos

Nigeria Info 99.3FM

Wednesdays @     10 am Chairman, Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA, Rasak Olusola discussed governance at the local government.
Ibadan

Inspiration 100.5FM

Wednesdays @ 11am Adelabu Adeola of Oyo State Youth Assembly discussed incessant killings in Nigeria.
Calabar

Hit 95.9FM

Thursdays @8am Chambers Umezulike of CODE, UB Ita of Kobo Accountants, Kingsley Eworo of Budget Transparency & Accountancy Network, and Development Consultant, Macfarlane Ejah discussed the 2018 federal budget.
Gombe

GMC 95.1FM

Thursdays @ 11am Chairman, Law Officers Association Gombe, Haruna Yelma discussed brutalization by security agencies in Nigeria.
Kano

Arewa 93.1FM

Fridays @ 8am Current Affairs Analyst, Abubakar Danlami discussed vote not fight.
Jos

KT 103.9FM

Fridays @ 9am Former member, House of Representatives, BarkinLadi/Riyom Federal Constituency Simon Mwadkwon and Country Director, Nexus Fund, Charles Dickson discussed the recovered Abacha loot.
Awka

Blaze 91.5FM

Fridays @ 10am State Coordinator, Community Empowerment Network, Albert Chunwuko and National President, Motorcycle Transport Union of Nigeria, Comrade Onidibe discussed the ban on Okada in Anambra.
Osogbo

OSBC 104.5FM

Fridays @ 1:30pm Aremu Stephen Akinyele of HFDI and Bukola Idowu of KIMPACT discussed the office of the citizen.
Uyo

Planet 101.1FM

Saturdays @9am (Except last Saturday)  Join us for another episode of #OfficeOfTheCitizen tomorrow.
Ilorin

 

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Enugu

 

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Edo

 

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Akure

 

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Never forget, the Office of the Citizen is the highest office in the land!

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