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It’s GEJ vs Buhari. Voting 101.

– December 19, 2014

“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.”

– Carl Bard

Port-Harcourt Done. Lagos is Next!

Our first #RSVP Peace Concert took place on Friday, December 12th, at the Atrium in Port-Harcourt with Yemi Alade & Burna Boy.

2Face confirmed for Owerri on Jan 31st. Artistes for Lagos, Kaduna (Jan 10th) & Jos (Jan 16th) to be confirmed.

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Lagos Speak Out Saturday

Our girls are still missing! Join Ier Jonathan-Ichaver, founder of Sesor Empowerment Foundation, Geneva as we share ideas for their timely release.
Time: 11am – 2pm
Venue: Along Marina, Opposite The Muson Car Park. Entrance is just before the Army Officers Mess (wear something red).

Meetings still hold at:

  • Abuja: Unity Fountain. 4pm Daily
  • Ibadan: Dugbe Cenotaph. Saturdays. 5-6pm
  • Lagos: Marina. Saturdays, 11 – 2pm
  • Osogbo: Freedom Park. Sundays. 4:14 pm

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Top Presidential Candidates Emerge!

Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (PDP) and Namadi Sambo will be up against Muhammadu Buhari (APC) and Yemi Osinbajo in the Feb. 14, 2015 presidential elections.

We’re hosting a debate next year. Stay tuned!


Weekend Education

Join us tomorrow as we discuss Local Government Autonomy during the Weekend Education Programme.

Time: 11am – 1pm

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Don’t forget the full post will be available on our – Facebook page right after the Twitter session.

Cheers to the weekend!

Parties to Decide on Card Readers

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) met with leaders of all the 26 registered political parties on Tuesday, December 16th, to deliberate the use of card readers for the forthcoming elections in February, 2015.If jointly approved, the card readers will be put to use for the first time in Nigeria next year.


Money ‘saved’ on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of December 19, 2014

N1,237 trillion (approx. $7.732 billion)

See Details Here (PDF)

Have a great weekend!

The EiE Nigeria Team