Nigerian women arise seek justice for victims of EndSARS protests
A coalition of Feminists under the aegis of Nigerian Women Arise have called for accountability and justice for those killed and injured at the Lekki Toll Gate plaza and other places of protests.
Ondo Poll: 1,478,460 PVC holders decide contestants’ fate
As 1,478,460 Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) holders go to the polls today to elect the next governor of Ondo State, fears of the election being marred by monetary inducement of voters and security personnel by politicians and the influx of external factors were rife yesterday.
Coalition of 250 CSOs brings GBV to focus during sit-at-home
AS the Federal Government intensifies efforts to curtail the spread of the deadly coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, a rights group has drawn attention to gender-based violence (GBV).
IWD: WARDC seeks end to violence against women, girls in lagos
In a bid to ensure gender justice in Nigeria as it relates to women and girls, the Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) has called for an end to all forms of gender-based violence and harmful practices, that has become the order of the day in recent times.
Come out to vote today, TMG enjoins Nigerians
As the governorship and House of Assembly elections take place today, the Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) has urged Nigerians to come out en-masse, cast their votes and participate actively to protect their mandate. TMG says it is concerned about the low voter-turnout recorded in many states two weeks ago and they are of the opinion…
Women seek support for government in corruption fight
Women have urged Nigerians to unite, in spite of their religious and political affiliations to hold politicians and all public office holders accountable for corruption.
Osun re-Run: Voters asked to swear before being paid to vote, TMG alleges
The chairperson of the Transition Monitoring Group (TMG), Dr. Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi, has said that Thursday’s re-run of the Osun State governorship election was rife with irregularities, voter coercion and illegalities.
TMG alleges inducement of voters with money, others
The Transmission Monitoring Group (TMG) has alleged inducement of voters ahead of the governorship election scheduled to hold on September 22. According to the group, there are reports of distribution of money, food items and other gifts by politicians....
2019 elections: Women demand more political slots
Ahead of 2019 general elections, women have called for political parties to allow more females emerge as candidates in the forthcoming primaries to give them better chance and increase their involvement in politics and governance.
Lagos women in politics call for implementation of gender policy
In a bid to bring women vying for political positions under one umbrella, encourage more women to seek political offices and ensure that more women support to the female folk...