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Nigerian Youths Cry #EndSARS

It’s 1,000 ways to die, and SARS ticks all the boxes! We know… “God forbid” ooo…but imagine you’re walking down the street to buy corn

The Road to #NigeriaAt100

Dear Friends,  Wow! Nigeria is 60 and oh, what a journey we’ve had! The journey to making Nigeria work dates back to 1914 when the two separate

Get Involved, Do Something!

“There will be bloodshed” “There will be mass rigging” “Your votes won’t count”! Contrary to these takes, the governorship election in Edo State was relatively

#EdoDecides Tomorrow!

EiE partnered with Arise News to organize Edo Governorship Conversations on Wednesday, September 16th. Governor Godwin Obaseki did “the more you look, the less you see” as he did not

Our Dear Government, Why The Morbid Silence?

17-year-old Ezra Bako, 16-year-old Happiness Odoji, 15-year-old Miracle Saitu Danjuma, 10-year-old Favour Danjuma, & a school teacher, 29-year-old Christiana Madugu were kidnapped on Monday, August

The Journey to Hack The Nigeria Code Begins!

Super excited about our #HackNGCode course that kicked off on Thursday, September 3rd with Zeal Akaraiwe and Reginald Bassey laying the foundation with how we think. Other classes will build on

Are you Hacking the Nigeria Code?

This week, we had three FREE preview classes in preparation for “Hacking the Nigeria Code” with some of our facilitators, Zeal Akaraiwe, ‘Yemi Adamolekun and Feyi Fawehinmi.

Take up the Mandate!

When we say youths are today’s leaders, we mean it! Wednesday, August 12, 2020, was International Youth Day and we couldn’t have been any prouder. We

Just Breathe, Nigeria would be Alright!

With a clear understanding of the issues plaguing Nigeria, we are announcing a call for applications to Hacking the Nigeria Code – a 9-week online course

Radio & Social Media for Social Change!

Today on the ‘Call of Duty’ conversation, Ndi Kato (Executive Director, Dinidari Foundation) together with Steven Kefason (Human Rights Activist) and Cheta Nwanze (Lead Partner, SBM Intelligence) would be discussing the Southern Kaduna Killings. Join

Nigeria House of Commotion

Sigh. On Tuesday, July 21st, the Presidency in a press release reduced the massacre in Kaduna to mere “revenge killing”. It further made excuses on why it had not succeeded in curbing insecurity in

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