Groups task FG, lament assault of women by law enforcement officers
Several concerned stakeholders, Network on Police Reform In Nigeria (NOPRIN), OSIWA and Project Alert have noted with despair the continuous assault, rape, molestation and unwarranted arrests of women by law enforcement officials, calling government at all levels to urgently look into the situation.
Extend anti-corruption fight to states, councils, stakeholders tell FG
Stakeholders have urged the Federal Government to extend the anti-corruption fight to states and local government areas to ensure that its impact is felt at all levels of the polity.
Group urges families, communities to unite against sexual abuse
To win the fight against sexual and gender based violence, Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), in collaboration with Partnership for Justice has charged families, communities and the society, to unite against the social ill. Speaking at Partner’s Breakfast Meeting in Ikeja, Lagos, Managing Partner, Partnership for Justice, Itoro Eze-Anaba, said stakeholders in communities…
OSIWA charges youth on change in 2019 poll
The Board Chairperson of Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), Ms. Ayisha Osori, yesterday, advised Nigerian youths to use their population and Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) to make changes in electoral processes and system of governance in 2019, as negative reactions continued to trail the comment made by President Muhammadu Buhari that Nigerian youths are lazy.…