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Shine Your Eye & Take Action

“There’s a lot to be anxious about during this crisis and it’s understandable. But don’t let it flood your being so that it stops you

Let’s Work Together!

Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria (DICON) has produced  ‘DICOVENT’; a low-cost mobile ventilator for Continuous Mandatory Ventilation (CMV) & Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation (IPPV). The ventilator

2019 Impact in Numbers

2019 was a great year for us at EiE. We pushed ourselves to achieve the objectives set for the year despite lean resources. Most importantly, as it

NCDC MOLECULAR LABORATORY NETWORK

The federal government expanded testing capacity from 6 to 13 molecular laboratories in less than 3 weeks. 2 other molecular laboratories in Sokoto and Port Harcourt are in

#CancelSocialMediaBill

13 days and we are 10!!! Click and stand a chance to win a ticket to the gala dinner and get updates!

Put Nigeria First

30 days and we are 10!!! Click and stand a chance to win a ticket to the gala dinner and get updates!

Assault on the Rule of Law

Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on Thursday, December 5th, ordered the Department of State Services (DSS) to release Omoyele Sowore, within 24 hours and also awarded

Clampdown Against Dissent

Active citizens protested in 20 states on Wednesday, November 27th to demand that the National Assembly should withdraw the Social Media and Hate Speech Bills. The bills are a

Silencing Dissenting Voices

Despite the court ruling on Thursday, November 14th declaring that APC has no governorship candidate in Bayelsa election tomorrow, November 16th, INEC has confirmed that the APC will

Use your voice!

The Senate on Tuesday, November 5th reintroduced the bill to regulate social media. The bill, ‘Protection of Internet Falsehood and Manipulations Bill, 2019’ was sponsored by Mohammed Sani Musa. Our

#JalingoIsInnocent

The trial of Agba Jalingo, publisher of CrossRiverWatch continued this week. He pleaded not guilty to the charges. Despite his ill health, Justice Simon Amobeda refused

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