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#OfficeOfTheCitizen Discussions for September 24 – 29, 2018

The office of the citizen radio program held across 13 states in Nigeria during the week. Adamawa, Akure, and Osun didn’t hold due to the ongoing Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) strike. Below is the summary of topics and guests for the week.   City/Station Date/Time Summary Lokoja Prime 101.5FM Tuesdays @9am Executive Director, Hands Across […]

#OfficeOfTheCitizen Discussions for September 18 -22, 2018

The office of the citizen radio program held across 16 states in Nigeria during the week. Below is the summary of topics and guests for the week.   City/Station Date/Time Summary Lokoja Prime 101.5FM Tuesdays @9am Halima Sadiq and Chinwueba of PIBCID, and Public Analyst, Beanard Ajewole discussed the openNASS campaign. Abeokuta Sweet 107.1FM Tuesdays […]

#OfficeOfTheCitizen Discussions for September 10 -15, 2018

The office of the citizen radio program held across 17 states in Nigeria during the week. Below is the summary of topics and guests for the week.   City/Station Date/Time Summary Lokoja Prime 101.5FM Tuesdays @9am Legal practitioner, Emeronye MacDonald, Social Commentator, Amana Alkali and Abakpa Jonathan of Activista discussed the menace of vote buying. […]

#OfficeOfCitizen Discussions for September 3 to September 8, 2018

The office of the citizen radio program held across 14 states in Nigeria during the week. Below is the summary of topics and guests for the week. Adamawa and Kano will start.   City/Station Date/Time Summary Abeokuta Sweet 107.1FM Tuesdays @10:30am Samuel Ogunjemilua of INEC discussed the continuous voter’s registration. Lokoja Prime 101.5FM Tuesdays @9am […]

#OPENNASS, WHO DEFECTION EPP?

Defections by politicians have been ongoing since 1951 when the first celebrated cross carpeting was led by Chief Obafemi Awolowo. The Yoruba members of the National Council for Nigerian and Cameroon (NCNC) were lobbied to cross over to the Action Group (AG) in order to stop Dr. Nnamdi Azikwe, an Igbo man from being the […]

Who Defections Epp?

The Nigerian political space in recent times has been doused with uncertainty and ambiguity. As the continuous voter’s registration process gradually winds to a stop in a couple of days, the question that has been on the lips and minds of many is ‘who do we vote for?‘ Nigeria currently has sixty-eight registered political parties […]