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EiE Nigeria | Weekly Updates – Friday, January 29, 2016

“Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in deciding to protect us from ourselves.”

~ Ronald Reagan

Dear #ActiveCitizen,

Make your voice heard!

#OfficeOfTheCitizen on Nigeria Info 99.3 FM – Citizens excited about Phone Poll

The #OfficeOfTheCitizen on radio continued this week Wednesday (January 27th) on Nigeria Info 99.3FM.

Issues discussed were:

  • Salaries of NASS members
  • Transparency of the National Assembly’s budget
  • Accessibility of NASS members
  • Electronic voting by NASS members
  • The Senate’s proposed bill to control Freedom of Speech aka “Social Media Bill”.

Make your voice heard. It is your right! Vote against the Senate's proposed bill to control Freedom of Speech. Call 01-4408464.  www.eie.ng

Numerous citizens have called in to cast their votes. Don’t be left out!
Call 01-4408464 to vote.

Did you miss this week’s #OfficeOfTheCitizen episode? Get the scoop from this #Storify post HERE.

Tune in every Wednesday8 to 9am.

Tweet at @EiENigeria using #OfficeOfTheCitizen.

 

#OpenNASS TV SHOW Auditions!

In a build up to the debut of #OpenNASS Show on Channels TV, we held auditions for shortlisted applicants aspiring to be anchors for the show.

#OpenNASS TV Show is set to bring the national assembly closer to the citizens. Coming to your TV screens soon – watch out!

For now, the conversation continues on Social Media with #OpenNASS.

 

BBOG

Next Wednesday will make it 660 DAYS since our Chibok Girls were abducted.

3 days ago, 2 suicide bombers killed 16 people and injured many others at a market and military checkpoint in Chibok. This happened on the day the market was reopened after a long period of closure. In reaction to this, the Nigerian Military has placed a curfew on the town in order to track down other intending bombers. We are however yet to receive any public address by the President on this.

On another note, the BBOG group has warned government agencies against siphoning funds meant for the rehabilitation and welfare of the abducted girls’ parents.

We will continue to demand from our government and remind them that all Nigerian lives matter!

Join a gathering in your city to stand for our girls:

Abuja – Unity Fountain, Daily, 4:30 – 6pm
Lagos – Falomo Roundabout, Ikoyi, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
Osogbo – Freedom Park, Sundays, 5pm

Would you like to get periodic updates? www.bbogfamily.ng

 

Nigerian Defence Academy – Admissions!

Would love to join the Nigerian Military?

Have you completed secondary school?

Are you aged between 17 and 21?

Apply online at www.ndaapplications.net

Application commenced from Tuesday January 26, 2016 and closes March 15, 2016.

 

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Countdown to our 1st 2016 Volunteer Day.

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