EiENigeria Weekly Newsletter – April 25, 2014

“The moment you have protected an individual, you have protected society.”

– Kenneth Kaunda

News and Events


#BringBackOurGirls: Missing Abducted Borno Girls

Over 200 girls are still missing from the abduction in Borno. Where are our girls?

Where is the value for human life?

If you are tired of this injustice, please engage your elected officials and demand they do more to bring the girls home and promote safety and security in the nation.

 

#CitizensSolutionToEndTerrorism: Results

Thank you for sharing your perspectives. They have been summarized into 10 key action points.

 

#NISstampede: Something Has To Be Done

Abba Moro, who supervised negligence and greed leading to the death of 18 job seekers, should NOT be a Nigerian Minister!

If you have had enough and want to take part in demanding an end to this madness, sign the petition.

 

#EiE Polls: New Voters!

Now that you are of age, are you going to exercise your right to vote?

Share your thoughts in our poll and you will be entered into a drawing for a new phone!

 

RISE Networks: Youth Forum (Ado-Ekiti Session)

Theme: NIGERIA BEYOND OIL: Strengthening Youth Entrepreneurship in ENTERTAINMENT + AGRICULTURE + TECHNOLOGY – (EAT).

Date: Saturday, April 26 (Tomorrow)
Venue: Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti
Time: 12 noon
FREE & Open to the public.

 

Stolen Dreams: Protest Against Terrorism

Seun Kuti will lead a massive protest tagged “Stolen Dreams” in Lagos State on May 1. The protest will start at CMS, Lagos Island and travel through the major highways of Lagos. Lineup is at 7 am, and the walk starts at 9am.

The protest is to demonstrate that Nigerians can no longer condone the killings of innocent souls and government’s inactivity.

 

OPPORTUNITIES

EiE is hiring!

We need an Administrator and an Accountant.

Administrator needs to be a kick ass multi-tasker!

Accountant must love numbers and be comfortable with at least 1 accounting package.

Send your cv and cover letter to cvs@eie.ng
Subject line of the email should have the position you are applying for.

 

Need Answers?

Do you have concerns about your community or questions about governance issues?

Listen to Top Radio 90.9FM in Lagos to participate in our citizen engagement discussions on #NoWahalaMonday

Mondays: 6:30 – 8 am.

 


Money ‘saved’ on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of April 25, 2014

N970.6 billion (approx. $6.066 billion)

See Details Here (PDF)

Thank you!

Have a great weekend!

The EiE Nigeria Team