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Some residents of Ifelodun Street, Oke-Ira, Ogba, Lagos were rendered homeless on Wednesday, April 22nd by the demolition of their homes by the Lagos State Government.

Call of Duty Instagram Live Series

EiE launched Call of Duty, an Instagram Live series on Monday, April 20th. We have had 4 sessions with topnotch hosts and guests: Dr. Kayode Fayemi, Feyi Fawehinmi, Bosun Tijani, Iyin

CcHub Produce Mask for Public Use

Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) has started the production & distribution of face masks that are sterilized by the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) for frontline workers. Advisory on the Use of Face

SMWLagos 2020: #CancelSocialMediaBill

We were live at Social Media Week Lagos hosting a conversation on the Social Media Bill. It was unanimously agreed by citizens that the government should kill the

Luxury Cars Amidst Multidimensional Poverty

Despite federal government’s intent to take $22.7 billion loans, the Federal House of Representatives members ordered for 400 Toyota Camry 2020 model cars at N12.6 million excluding shipping, import duty and

Sowore on Trial

The federal government on Thursday, February 12th re-arraigned Omoyele Sowore and Olawale Bakare, on amended charges of treasonable felony and conspiracy. However, the trial could not proceed

Let’s Talk Governance 8.0

Join us and our amazing lineup of speakers at this year’s #SMWLagos.  Our session will shed light on diverse perspectives on the regulation of social media & hate speech

How To Engage Your Local Government

We had an insightful session on “#MyLG101: How to engage your local government!” at our monthly conversation #ThursdayTalks. The chairman of Yaba Local Council Development Area, Kayode Omiyale and

#OOTC on Radio

On #OOTCLagos, Editor, YNaija, Edwin Okolo discussed implementing an inclusive transport policy.  Catch up on the conversation. You can follow the conversations on the #OfficeOfTheCitizen radio programs. Never forget, the Office of the Citizen

Tenure of Service Chiefs: Long Overdue?

The House of Representatives passed a resolution on Wednesday, January 29th directing the service chiefs to resign over their failure to curb the rising insecurity in Nigeria.

What Makes A Country Developed?

Written by Oluseun Onigbinde and was published on BusinessDay on Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 In the past one year, I have lived in the US

Naija Matters

Naija Matters, a conversation on the state of the nation with Nigerians in the diaspora. The first edition was held on Tuesday, January 28th in Maryland, USA. One

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