The office of the citizen radio program will hold across 22 states in Nigeria during the week. Below is the summary of topics and guests.
|Tuesdays @9am||Gift Omoniwa, Executive Director, PIBCID & Jonathan Abakpa, Member, Activista discussed Lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Tuesdays @11am||Lugard Ola-Raheem,
Ogun State Chairman, Society for Peace Studies and Practice (SPSP) discussed Lessons from the Gubernatorial election.
|Tuesdays @ 1pm||Nura Musa, Vice Principal, GDSS Dandagoro, Batagarawa LGA and Bello Ahmed, Program Officer, Murna Foundation, discussed Lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Tuesdays @ 8pm||Stanley Damabide, Private Legal Practitioner and Somina Johnbull, Secretary, NBA Yenagoa Branch discussed the way forward after the General Elections.|
|Wednesdays @ 9am||Rabiu Sambo; State Coordinator Advocacy Nigeria & Sadisu Sadi Tsafe, Deputy Provost Federal College of Education (Technical) FCET Gusau discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
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|Wednesdays @10am||Seun Akinyemi of EiE Nigeria discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Wednesdays @11am||Ademuyiwa Adeyemi, BudgIT Tracking Officer Oyo State, Amuda Mosigbodi, Political Analyst, Jide Bbamgbose, JDPC Oyo State discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Thursdays @8am||Michael Nku Abuo, Director General, Cross River Political Network and Odey Friday, Founder, Rebuild Nigeria Initiative discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Thursdays @9am||Ken Oforma, Secretary NUJ South East Zone and Ibu Chukwu Ezike, National Civil Liberty Organization discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Thursdays @9:30am||Sideeq Bola Mustapha, Elites Network for Sustainable Development and Musa Aliyu, Team Lead, Coalition of Civil Society for Peaceful Elections in Kwara State discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Thursdays @9:30am||George Niwasa Kushi, Public Affairs Analyst and Danlady Jonah, National Financial Secretary, NANS discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Thursdays @11am||Victor Laima, Executive Director, Laima Foundation discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Thursdays @1pm||Purpose Osamwonyi Iserhienrhien (CODE), Obakina Ese Grace of White Ribbon Alliance For Safe Motherhood, Edwin Asibor, Executive Director, Secure the creative Gold mine in Youth Initiative and Osahon Davidson Obasuyi, Chairman, National Youth Council of Nigeria Edo state chapter discussed lessons from the State HoA election.|
|Fridays @ 9am||Nnamdi Aduba, Professor, University of Jos and Maurice Gupar, Civil Society Practitioner discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Fridays @ 10am||Esomnofu Chiedozie, Lecturer and Mgbolu Innocent, Program Officer, JDPC Awka discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Fridays @ 10am||Alo Martins, Executive Director, Upline Centre for Development, Ambali-Adebayo Johnson, Team Lead, Monitoring And supervision of Registered NGO’s South West and Olamide Omoduni, EIE Nigeria, Ondo discussed lessons from the State HoA election.|
|Fridays @ 10am||Akintunde Akintayo, Social Analyst & Adetunji Ajala, Program Officer, Kimpact Development Initiative discussed lessons from the State HoA election.|
|Fridays @ 7pm||Adamu Muhammad PRO, AEDC Niger State; Theophilus Ikpome, Area Manager, AEDC, Bosso District; Mathew Oladele; Executive Director; Initiative for Social Development in Africa (iSODAF) and Daniel Atori, Social Development Commentator discussed Understanding the Office of the Citizen 2.0|
|Saturdays @ 8am||Surajo Dalhatu Sifawa, Journalist and Bashar Altine Guyawa, Justice Activist discussed Elections Over; What Next|
|Saturdays @ 10am||Salisu M Indabawa, M&E Officer, Center for Human Rights and Social Advancement (CEFSAN) and Maryam Ado Haruna, Program Officer, Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
|Saturdays @10am||Muazu Modu, Regional Director, Connected Development (CODE) and Ishaku Adamu, Asst Secretary, Network for Civil Society, Yobe State discussed lessons from the Gubernatorial election.|
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