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EiE Nigeria | Weekly Updates – Friday, December 4, 2015
“Free speech is meant to protect unpopular speech. Popular speech, by definition, needs no protection.”

– Neal Boortz


The people decide tomorrow as Kogi and Bayelsa go to the polls! Read on….


With the move by the members of the National Assembly to regulate social media, it’s time to find out who represents you so you can keep them accountable to YOU!

To get your representatives’ details:

Text ‘SYE and your PU number (top right of your voter’s card)’
to 20050

Example: ‘SYE 24/10/03/07


Tomorrow, December 5th, will be 600 days since our Chibok Girls were abducted.

A state-wide special prayer session and inter-faith vigil has been organized by the Lagos branch of the BBOG group:

Event Date Time Venue
Prayers Friday Mosques around the world
Interfaith Vigil Today (Friday) 5 – 7.30pm Falomo Roundabout, Ikoyi
Prayers Sunday Churches around the world

Join a gathering in your city to stand for our girls:

Abuja – Unity Fountain, Daily, 4:30 – 6pm
Lagos – Marina, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
Osogbo – Freedom Park, Sundays, 5pm

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1 Day To Elections!

The rescheduled supplementary election is set to take place tomorrow while there’s still some uncertainty about APC’s flag bearer.

After town hall meetings in 3 senatorial districts hosted by EiE; 2 debates and numerous meetings, rallies, as well as TV and radio jingles, Bayelsans will finally go out to determine who leads them for the next four years.


NYSC ICT Innovation Program

The Office for ICT Innovation and Entrepreneurship is now receiving applications for the NYSC ICT Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program.

The essence of the program is to stimulate, engage, develop and support Nigerian corp members with unique innovative ideas that can be turned into viable ICT businesses within one to two years

EiE Survey

The graph below is a snap shot of responses to the work we do.

We would like to get more responses to shape our work for next year.

Please take a few minutes to help fill in the survey.

Thank you!

Money ‘saved’ on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of December 4, 2015:

N1,519 trillion (approx. $7.636 billion)

See Details Here (PDF)

Have a great weekend!

The EiE Nigeria Team