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    10th anniversary: EiE launches #OnePerson campaign to inspire action

10th anniversary: EiE launches #OnePerson campaign to inspire action

Enough is Enough! (EiE), a civil society organisation, has launched a campaign tagged 'One Person' to inspire thousands to take action and ensure accountability. In a statement on Monday, the organisation said the media awareness campaign is being launched in commemoration of its ten years anniversary, and under the theme, 'Footprints.' ‘Yemi Adamolekun, EiE executive director, said the exercise will spotlight the [...]

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    Aisha Yesufu, Bukky Shonibare — Nigerian women creating change through advocacy

Aisha Yesufu, Bukky Shonibare — Nigerian women creating change through advocacy

Nigeria can arguably be said to be a patriarchal society where men hold primary power and predominate in roles of political leadership, moral authority, social privilege and other areas. But some Nigerian women in the civic space are pushing the limits, finding expressions, influencing political and social structures around them without fear. From Aisha Yesufu who has been leading the campaign [...]

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    Nigeria’s constitutional crisis

Nigeria’s constitutional crisis

BY UDO JUDE ILO & ‘YEMI ADAMOLEKUN Two weeks ago, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari suspended the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen and swore-in Justice Tanko Muhammad as the Acting Chief Justice. President Buhari was purportedly acting on an ex part order from the Code of Conduct Tribunal in response to a petition to the Code of Conduct Bureau against the [...]

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    We expected more from Buhari, says BBOG

We expected more from Buhari, says BBOG

The Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) Group says it expected more from President Muhammadu Buhari than the lack of intelligence and other excuses that have been made so far. In a statement on Friday, the group urged the president and other stakeholders to do more towards rescuing the abducted girls from Government Secondary School, Chibok. “The BBOG family in Nigeria has engaged on [...]

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