Past mentions of EiE's work and activities

Enough is Enough Nigeria has had a successful relationship with the media since our first rally on March 16, 2010. We have had front page coverage from all the national dailies (Thisday, The Guardian, The Punch, NEXT, The Sun and others) as well as consistent coverage by popular blogs and international news agencies, including Reuters, the Associated Press, CNN, BBC, Radio France, and The Economist, amongst others.

Our on-the-ground efforts and the quality of the professionals that form our core board have no doubt demonstrated the effectiveness and potential to make lasting change happen.

Find some press clippings and blog features below:


Thisday Live: Nigerians Task N’Assembly, RMAFC on Allowances
360 Nobs: EbonyLife TV Hosts Young Professionals and Professor Jega at Afternoon Tea
Thisday Live: FoI: Coscharis Appeals Court Order to Disclose Purchase Documents of Armoured Cars
Voice of America: Smartphones Galvanized Nigeria’s Younger Voters
Harvard Africa Policy Journal: Leveraging Technology in the Nigerian Elections


Punch: Groups demand information from CBN over ATM charges


Vanguard: Our collective selective amnesia
The Scoop: Stanley Azuakola: How Gov. Amaechi gets away with everything
Vanguard: How much is a Nigerian life worth – ‘Yemi Adamolekun
Vanguard: Group canvasses use of new media to tackle corruption
YNaija: PHOTOS: When EnoughisEnough Nigeria launched #RSVP2015 in Lagos
National Mirror: EnoughisEnough Nigeria to launch 2015 campaign
Daily Post: EnoughisEnough Nigeria to launch campaign for 2015
YNaija: EnoughisEnough Nigeria to launch campaign for 2015 – #RSVP2015
360nobs: EnoughisEnough Nigeria to launch campaign for 2015 – #RSVP2015
Punch: Alams’ pardon: Group gathers signatures to petition US, UK
Vanguard: Alamieyeseigha: It’s right but it’s Jonathan or South East in 2015 – Ex gov Ezeife
HumanIPO: EiENigeria updates ReVoDa, reveals new ShineYourEye mobile app
OTEKBITS: #SMWLagos Recap: The Techie, The Activist, And The Minister [FINALE]
Vanguard: Civil Society calls for rally over petrol price
Punch: Politics of oil sector deregulation
Vanguard: Who’s Afraid of Madam Due Process?
Emotanafricana: Parasitic & greedy National Assembly killing Nigerians
Punch: #OurNASS
This Day: #OurNASS: In The People’s Court
The Guardian: #OurNASS
Dailytrust: #OurNASS