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Drama in Unilag!

On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, the Governing Council of the University of Lagos purportedly removed Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe from office as the Vice-Chancellor of the University. By law, the


Ex EFCC acting chairman, Ibrahim Magu was in the news again but this time, with a pastor in the mix. Mr Magu, who is under probe for alleged

From Revolution “Now” to Revolution “Wow”

It was indeed a shocking (read: wow) experience for the #RevolutionNow protesters on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, when the government directed security operatives to arrest them despite it

#CallOfDuty – Culture Shapers

Today on the ‘Call of Duty’ conversation, Ishaya Bako (Filmmaker) and Kate Henshaw (Actress and EiE’s RSVP Ambassador) will discuss How Movies can Drive Social Change. Join the conversation on EiE Nigeria’s Instagram live by 8 pm.

Tired of Estimated Billing?

Wednesday, September 7, 2017: An active citizen, Bisi Ariyo, filed a class-action suit at the Lagos High Court for himself and on behalf of unmetered customers of Eko and

#OfficeOfTheCitizen Radio is back!

#OOTCRadio is back and better, and we are here for it! From Adamawa to Ogun to Kaduna, this week saw professionals in the healthcare sector discuss the

#OfficeOfTheCitizen Radio Schedule

Hurray!!! #OfficeOfTheCitizen radio is back in 14 states!  Listen to us on a radio station near you! Radio remains the most common source of information to Nigerians

M.A.P. Survey

Recent media reports from DISCOs implied that customers are no longer interested in being metered. EIE, Nepawahala and PowerUpNG do not think the media reports are true. Fill this survey to

Legislative Contractors: NDDC Web of Corruption

The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, has named some federal lawmakers who allegedly got contracts from the Niger Delta Development Commission (NCDC). The greasy mess

Save Our Souls: Southern Kaduna

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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