– Margaret Thatcher
On Jega, PVCs & Card Readers
International Women’s Day 2015
|On Sunday, March 8, the world will celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women, while calling for greater equality.
The theme for this year is “Make It Happen“.
You can support offline by wearing purple clothing and online by making use of the hashtags –
BBOG: 10 year old Nigerian girl in UK University
|Esther Okade, a 10-year old Nigerian has been accepted to study maths at the Open University in UK. Saturday, March 7th would be 327 days since our #ChibokGirls (potential Esthers) were abducted. Join a meeting in your city to reaffirm your commitment to the safe return of the girls.
Would you like to get periodic updates? – www.bbogfamily.ng
Register | Select | Vote | Protect: 22 days to elections!
Last Day is SUNDAY, MARCH 8th.
Presidential & National Assembly – Saturday, March 28
Get Ready To Protect Your Vote: Download Revoda
| Finally … Revoda 2.0 is here!
Developed by EiE in 2011, ReVoDa was created to provide citizens with a tool to report on elections – results, incidences & the process. From the comfort of your phone you become an election observer!
The app also allows EiE to send to each user location-specific messages.
Social Media Week Lagos (In Pictures)
Monday, Feb 23rd: Citizens, Government & Technology (#SMWCitizens)
Tuesday, Feb 24th: Tech, Citizens and Elections: How Technology Supports Free, Fair and Credible Elections (#SMWElections)
Thursday, Feb 26th: Celebrating Freedom of Speech on Social Media: An Evening of Music, Spoken Word & Short Talks (#SMWLagosNites, #SMWFreedom)
|“Songs for Change” harnesses the power of music to encourage those who believe in a better future for Nigeria and Africa. It is a weekly dose of revolutionary music to inspire social progress in Nigeria. Lately featured was “Craze” by M.I.|
Money ‘saved’ on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of March 6, 2015
N1,309 trillion (approx. $6.580 billion)
Have a great weekend!
The EiE Nigeria Team