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#ThursdayTalks January 2023

Topic: Nigeria’s 2023 Elections: Dismantling Voters’ Apathy We discussed the topic of “Nigeria’s 2023 Elections: Dismantling Voters’ Apathy” with speakers including Festus Okoye, Eweka Yvonne, Nancy Odimegwu, and Busayo Morakinyo. Speakers: Festus Okoye Eweka Yvonne Nancy Odimegwu Busayo Morakinyo

#ThursdayTalks May 2023

Topic: Assessing the Accomplishments & Shortcomings of the PMB Administration. May’s #ThursdayTalks focused on assessing the accomplishments and shortcomings of the PMB administration as President Buhari concluded his tenure.   This month’s #ThursdayTalks puts the spotlight on an essential discussion as President @MBuhari  concludes his tenure.

April 2023 #ThursdayTalks

Topic: The Election: What next? In April, we discussed strategies for building a more democratic, accountable, and sustainable Nigeria in the aftermath of the elections. What Comes Next Now That Elections Are Over? On this month’s #ThursdayTalks, we’ll be joined by these brilliant minds to discuss ways to build a more democratic, accountable, and sustainable […]

#ThursdayTalks July 2023

In July, we discussed the personal impact of the fuel price increase on our lives, giving everyone the chance to share their stories and be heard in the conversation. @EiENigeria @BudgITng @thecableng @ZikokoCitizen Read more here. Listen to the conversation here.

#ThursdayTalks June 2023

During the #ThursdayTalks Twitter space hosted by Enough is Enough (EiE) in collaboration with BudgIT, Adebukola Shonibare, director of Invictus Africa, highlighted that President Bola Tinubu had not shown commitment to ensuring women’s inclusion in governance. Adebukola Shonibare, spoke on Thursday during a Twitter space hosted by Enough is Enough (EiE) in collaboration with BudgIT.  […]

#ThursdayTalks August 2023

In this month’s edition, we dived into the functions of the ministers in the Nigerian political system, the potential policy shifts they might have implemented, and the broader implications for the everyday lives of Nigerian citizens.   Listen to the conversation here.

#ThursdayTalks September 2023

We shed light on the #ENDSARS movement. We discussed the journey, the issues, and the progress made in the fight against police brutality.   Listen to the conversation here.

#ThursdayTalks November 2023

We discussed the importance of citizen engagement and oversight in monitoring government spending in Nigeria, highlighting concerns about excessive expenditures and the need for transparency and accountability in budget management. 🗳️ Elections done, now it’s time to focus on where the money goes! 🕵️‍♂️ Join the insightful conversation with @funsodoherty, @IfeODavid, @seunonigbinde, and @chiamakadk at […]