The Coalition for Good Governance and Economic Justice in Africa, has called on media practitioners to adopt self-regulatory approaches in discharging their duties. They said that as responsible patriotic citizens, journalists must refrain from over sensationalizing of news, exaggeration of news, and from deliberate superimposition of different images to make believe. They added: “We must…
Coalition of Civil Society Organizations, (CSO’s) has adjudged the governorship and State House of Assembly elections in Delta State as peaceful and credible.
The Partners for Electoral Reform, a Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has asked the police to as a matter of urgency declare Hudu Yunusa-Ari, the suspended Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) of Adamawa State. wanted.
Some civil society organisations (CSOs) across the country have accused the Imo State Commissioner of Police (CP), Mohammed Barde, of partisanship and other unprofessional conduct in his line of duty.
Medical professionals, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and other stakeholders have urged the Federal Government to increase the prevailing N10 per litre tax of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages (SSBs) to engender their low consumption,
The Federal Government has been tasked to arrest and probe perpetrators of various acts of electoral violence during the just concluded general elections before it’s too late.
They alleged reckless politicisation of the Commission under Bawa’s watch and his continued stay in office, despite a court order committing him to prison for contempt.
More women have tackled President Muhammadu Buhari for not keeping to his promise to empower Nigerian women and ensure that the rights of women as guaranteed by the Constitution are protected.
CIVIL Society Organizations (CSOs) working to improve the state of education in Nigeria have linked the quality of basic education in some states to poor budgetary allocation.
Disturbed by the anxiety thrown up by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) naira swap policy, Conference of 19 Northern States Civil Society Networks has cautioned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against postponing this year’s general elections.
Nigeria’s borders compromised by corruption, infiltration of arms, Transparency International claims
*Rates Nigeria low on corruption perception index *Describes release of Dariye, Nyame as ‘major setback to corruption fight’ *Says corrupt government officials giving Nigeria a bad name The coalition of anti-corruption Civil Society Organisations, (CSOs), under the auspice of Transparency International, (TI), have blamed growing insecurity and the infiltration of arms into Nigeria through the…
*Blames national assembly for country’s rising debt woes *Says reckless borrowing responsible for Nigeria’s policy challenges *Plans orientation exercise for 10th National Assembly Civil Society Organizations, (CSOs) have raised concern over Nigeria’s rising debt profile describing it a ‘debt trap’ already worsening the country’s crisis ridden economy and costing the nation its foreign assets. The…