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#OccupyNigeria Updates and tit-bits

#OccupyNigeria #Lagos – livewebcast up and running   Planned Events Date & Time LOCATION ORGANIZERS Jan 11th, 2012 – 8:00am Sagamu, Ogun State – Isale Oko N/A Jan 11th, 2012 – 8:30am Ghana – Nigerian High Commission, Accra NANS Ghana Jan 11th, 2012 – 9:00am Atlanta, USA – Nigeria Consulate, 8060 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA […]

The Role of Young People in the 2011 General Elections

EiE Nigeria is working with the International Republican Institute (IRI) to produce a book that documents the role of young people in the 2011 General Elections. Features include: • Preface by Prof Attahiru Jega, INEC Chairman • Quotes from celebrities like MI, Banky W, Lami on why they participated in the process and lent their […]


Safe for the perennial occurrences of erosion in some parts of the country and occasional ocean surge peculiar to coastal states, one of the earliest signs that Nigeria was not immune to damaging natural disasters manifested on July 10, 2011, when Lagos was virtually submerged after the state had a 24-hour torrential downpour descend upon […]

#Aluu4 … #NeverAgainNG… Mob Justice… Laws and Enforcement

From anecdotal evidence, mob justice happens in Nigeria more often than we could possibly imagine. In the past, it was reported verbally, however, as more people own mobile phones, we’ll see more videos and pictures. On October 5th, 4 young men were killed in Aluu in Rivers State. It was recorded so we watched them […]

Review of the 1999 Constitution: Zonal Public Hearing

The Senate Federal Republic of Nigeria Committee on the Review of the 1999 Constitution Zonal Public Hearing The Chairman and Members of the Senate Committee on the Review of the 1999 Constitution cordially invite the General Public, Civil Society/Interest Groups, Professional Bodies and other interested persons to a 2-Day Zonal Public Hearing on “The Proposed […]

Our Collective Responsibility

“Politics should be the part time job of every citizen.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower   On December 10, 2005, Sosoliso Airlines Flight #1145 from Abuja crashed in Port-Harcourt killing 61 students from Loyola Jesuit College (one of the country’s leading secondary schools); Pastor Bimbo Odukoya, a role model for many and 62 other Nigerians. There […]


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