EiE Nigeria | Weekly Updates – Friday, June 5, 2015

“Every good citizen adds to the strength of a nation.”

– Gordon B. Hinckley

Is EiE Helping?

Can you please help EiE become more effective by taking this survey that will help us understand what inspires you to take action and hold our leaders accountable?

We want to know how to serve you better and your feedback will help us make sure that happens!

It’s a relatively short survey and not all questions are required, but we really need your help and would appreciate it if you would complete the survey.

We rely on your voice to do the work we do.

ps We’ll do a raffle with the responses and give out some fun prizes!

Take the survey HERE.

Buharimeter Essay

While campaigning, President Buhari made key promises to citizens of Nigeria on a number of issues.

In order to promote public accountability, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) invites young Nigerians (between 18 – 35 years) to participate in an essay competition titled “If I am the President of Nigeria”.

Deadline is June 15, 2015.

EiE’s Volunteer Day (Pictures)

Enough is Enough Nigeria’s Open House and Volunteer Day!
Volunteers were at the EiE office in Ikeja last Saturday to learn about the organization and our projects to promote good governance.

We say a BIG thank you to those present, as well those who indicated interest but were unable to attend.

The next Volunteer Day is scheduled for Saturday, August 23rd.

See you there!

Peace Concert

EiE and 2Face Foundation presents a Peace Concert.

June 2015. STAY TUNED!


It has been 417 DAYS….

A new administration has begun. Our girls have been abducted for over a year.

They are never to be forgotten and we will continue to demand of this new administration –
Bring Back Our Girls Now & Alive!

We just want our girls home and safe!

Join a meeting in your city to reaffirm your commitment:

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

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Web We Want – Small Grants

The Web We Want and Association for Progressive Communications have launched the Smalls Grants Program for 2015. The grant cycle in 2014 supported over 50 initiatives throughout the world. This year, the program focuses on projects that advocate for a free, open, neutral and universally-accessible internet.

Grants of 1,500 US Dollars will be awarded to 10 African organizations that promote animations, songs, videos that promote the African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms.

Deadline is June 15, 2015.


Money ‘saved’ on Fuel Subsidy Removal as of June 5, 2015:

N1,379 trillion (approx. $6.932 billion)

See Details Here (PDF)

Have a great weekend!

The EiE Nigeria Team