#RSVP in Kaduna. The Peoples Debate. SYE goes to Radio!

– January 9, 2015

“For a new year to bring you something new, make a move, like a butterfly tearing its cocoon! Make a move!”

– Mehmet Murat ildan

Kaduna is set!

Other concerts to follow in:

Jos, Plateau State Friday, January 16th
Owerri, Imo Saturday, January 31st
Lagos TBC

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The People′s Debates

The political parties have chosen their candidates, now the people will choose theirs, but not without a debate.It′s called The People′s Debate to reinforce the narrative that elections and governance are about US – the people!

Taraba Wed, Jan 21st TBC
Plateau Sat, Jan 24th APC, PDP & LP candidates confirmed
Lagos Tues, Jan 27th PDP candidate confirmed
Kaduna Thur, Jan 29th TBC
Rivers TBC
Presidential Sun, Feb 1st TBC


After 270 days, our girls are still missing!

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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In January 2012, fuel pump price was unilaterally increased from N65 to N141.
After 2 weeks of protests with the historic one week protests dubbed #OccupyNigeria which started on January 2nd, the price was reduced to N97.In January 2012, a barrel of crude oil was $110.

In January 2015, it is $46.

Why are we still paying N97?

See the summary of savings over the last 3 years. What do you think?

SYE Goes to Radio!

Our 1hr radio show on @NigeriainfoFM ‘Shine Your Eye’ kick-started on Tuesday at 8am!

Join us same time every week and learn how to ‘Shine Your Eye’!

Weekend Education

Our Weekend Education will resume next week as the EiE Team will be in Kaduna for the #RSVP Concert.

Cheers to the weekend!

NCC Essay Competition

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has announced an essay competition open to all undergraduates in Nigeria.

Essay Topic: Broadband: A Catalyst for National Development

All entries must be sent on or before January 13th, 2015.


Money ‘saved’ on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of January 9, 2015

N1,261 trillion (approx. $7.879 billion)

See Details Here (PDF)

Have a great weekend!

The EiE Nigeria Team