Download the latest and archived official press releases from EiE Nigeria.

 

Press Statement on Stop the Killings – July 4 2018
Press Statement on #ThursdayTalks – June 27 2018
Press Statement on Nigerian Killings – 21 May 2018
Press Release: #ChibokGirls 4th Anniversary
Press Release: EiE Nigeria & BudgIT commend the National Assembly for Opening their Budget 
CSO Joint Press Statement on the Forced Eviction of Otodo Gbame Community 
Press Release: #BringBackOurGirls #Day1167 and #FREE6LagosBoys #Day30 
EiE’s Achievements for the Year Ending 2016
One Voice Nigeria Statement
76% of Nigerians Actively Support Open Government Policies and #OpenNASS is a Panacea for Transparency and Accountability
An Opportunity to Reform the National Assembly
EiE Attends the Final US Presidential Debate in Las Vegas
Mr. President: Are We Going Left or Right?
PIN, TFP, EiE, Kick Against Unwarranted Attack On Free Speech
Civil Society Renounces Denial of APC Campaign Promises
N9 billion in Allowances, RMAFC and the National Assembly
Four members of Enough is Enough resign
EiE ED featured in The Big Issue Magazine
Citizen Solutions to End Terrorism
Press Release – GenVoices
OurNASS
Presidential Debate press release
Nigeria’s First Youth-Focused Presidential Debate: Press Release
Full Transparency by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Will Guarantee Free, Fair and Credible Elections
Press Release: The Federal Government’s Games with Fuel Subsidy
Our 10-Point Demand: Enough is Enough Nigeria’s Official Reaction to the Called-Off Labour Strike
Press Release: Borno, Bauchi, Yobe, Kano… When Will the Killings Stop?
EiE Press Release on Fuel Subsidy Report
Press Release: More Senseless Deaths: What is a Nigerian Life Worth?
Of Presidential Pardons and Nigeria’s Fight Against Corruption

Other Reports

EiE 2018 Highlights [PDF]
EiE 2017 Annual Report [PDF]
EiE 2016 Annual Report [PDF]
Citizens’ Solution to End Terrorism
Press Release – GenVoices
OurNASS
Presidential Debate press release
Nigeria’s First Youth-Focused Presidential Debate: Press Release
Full Transparency by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Will Guarantee Free, Fair and Credible Elections
Press Release: The Federal Government’s Games with Fuel Subsidy
Our 10-Point Demand: Enough is Enough Nigeria’s Official Reaction to the Called-Off Labour Strike
Press Release: Borno, Bauchi, Yobe, Kano… When Will the Killings Stop?
EiE Press Release on Fuel Subsidy Report
Press Release: More Senseless Deaths: What is a Nigerian Life Worth?
Of Presidential Pardons and Nigeria’s Fight Against Corruption
N65… N141… N97… N250: Can we deregulate this sector already?
The Weeks That Shook Nigeria: #OccupyNigeria One Year After
NASS Elections and Results
ReVoDa Users Give Verdict on Nigeria’s Presidential Election
Presidential Election Results
We Were Never Involved In “The Youth Lunch With Mr President”
Analytics Of EiE Nigeria’s Sponsored Opinion Poll On The Removal Of Fuel Subsidy On AllOurIdeas.com
Our Nigeria; Our Future
EiE’s Summary of Committees and Task Forces
New Media & Governance: Conference Report
The Social Media Tracking Centre and the 2011 Nigerian Elections
Statement of Affairs for the Year Ended 31 Dec, 2011
Infographics: Nigerian Petroleum Ind. Bill 2012
State of the Nation: Who’s Fooling Who?: The Nigerian Nation State in Q1 2012
State of the Nation Report – Q2 2012
Fuel Subsidy 101
EiE Advertorial on Fuel Subsidy Report