#OfficeOfTheCitizen discussions for July 10 – 14

The office of the citizen radio program held across 10 states in Nigeria during the week. Below is the summary of topics and guests for the week.


City/Station Date/Time Summary

Sweet 107.1FM

Tuesdays @ 10:30am Adewole Adejola of BudgIT discussed constituency projects in Ogun State. 

Prime 101.5FM

Tuesdays @ 9am Halima Sadiq of PIBCID discussed incessant killings in Nigeria.

Nigeria Info 99.3FM

Wednesdays @     10 am Adetayo Adegbemle of PowerUp discussed steps and policies in the power sector.

Inspiration 100.5FM

Wednesdays @ 11am Sherrif Ajao of CDRCR and Oluwaseun Onijala of FRSC discussed environmental and road disasters in Oyo State.

GMC 95.1FM

Thursdays @ 11am Legal Adviser, Gombe State House of Assembly, Rukaiya Jalo Waziri, Ayuba Adamu, Kaltungo West, Gombe State House of Assembly, Nasiru Kwami,Kwami West, Gombe State House of Assembly and Mohammed Aliyu Wayas, Chairman, Coalition of Human Rights Group discussed selection of leaders in a democracy.

Arewa 93.1FM

Fridays @ 8am Harira Wakili and Shazali Sunusi of CITAD discussed youths and credible elections.

KT 103.9FM

Fridays @ 9am Human Rights Activist, Steve Aluko Daniel discussed inter-party rivalry in Nigeria.

Blaze 91.5FM

Fridays @ 10am Social Change Analyst, Okoroji Obinna Vincent and Ololo Onyekachi of Justice Development and Peace Caritas discussed 2019 elections.

OSBC 104.5FM

Fridays @ 1:30pm Social Commentator, Femi Babalola, Olalere Fagbola, Veteran Journalist and Ademola Adebisi of Value Reorientation and Community Enhancement discussed vote buying and the electoral process.

Planet 101.1FM

Saturdays @9am (Except last Saturday)  Join us for another episode of #OfficeOfTheCitizen tomorrow.


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