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OPEN CALL!Applications for the TransparencIT Civic Changemakers Programme are now open!We are looking for community champions solving inequality & social justice issues in Nigeria.Deadline for applications: May 31, 2021For more info and to apply visit: transparencit.com/civic-changemakers/

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Happy Workers' Day!Work with integrity, work with pride.#WorkersDay #workersday2021 #1stMay

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Wishing everyone celebrating Easter a joyful and blissful season.#happyeaster #easter2021 #easter #HeIsRisen

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#UpcomingCorruptionCases today (31/3/2021):• Engr Babachir Lawal (Former SGF) - N544m• Mohammed Wakil (Ex-Minister of State for Power) - N148m• Faisal Abdulrasheed Maina - N58m• Stephen Oshinowo - N127m• Peiter Borremans - $330k• Olukoya Emmanuel Adeyemi - N77k

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Join us at 1:00pm tomorrow to discuss Open Justice System in Nigeria at Open Data Day event organized by FOI Counsel and Nigerian Bar Associarion, Benin Branch.Register here: t.co/L3rtbGOt3v

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Update on #corruptioncases proceedings Visit corruptioncases.ng for more updates.

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Update on #corruptioncases proceedings Visit corruptioncases.ng for more cases

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Update on #corruptioncases proceedings.Visit corruptioncases.ng for more information on the cases.

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Good Morning! As you go about your day: 1. Do not do anything to harm a child or put a child in harm's way. 2. Do not watch while a child is being harmed, speak up for them. Stop it if you can or alert authorities 3. Listen, listen to what that child is saying, it is important

A national survey on drug use in Nigeria published in 2019 shows that about 14.3 million Nigerians between 15 and 65 years have used psychoactive substances for non-medical purposes. One out of every four drug users is a woman. https://bit.ly/3xVwSyY

OPEN CALL!

Applications for the TransparencIT Civic Changemakers Programme are now open!

We are looking for community champions solving inequality & social justice issues in Nig.

Deadline for applications: May 31, 2021

For more info and to apply visit: https://transparencit.com/civic-changemakers/

@Connected_dev @ICPC_PE To bring about positive behavioral change among the citizens, to get them to shun corruption and embrace integrity and positive values. #SpeakUp

@ICPC_PE This is exciting and interesting to note. Great measures are curbing corrupt practices in Nigeria.

Please tell us, what are the core objectives of the NEIP?

#SpeakUp

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It is a policy initiated by ICPC, in collaboration with Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (OSGF) and National Orientation Agency (NOA) in order to restore public trust ...

#SpeakUp

Senior civil servants in the education sector agreed that education is a strong medium to promote good values. They also asked education stakeholders to unlearn negative behaviours and adopt new positive behaviours towards a corrupt-free society.

#VRFilm #SherifatsSchool

All 7 African countries under #CTAP have received billions for COVID19 response; yet, for some, disbursements are not commensurate with the amounts received.

Nigeria leads the pack with a $5.6bn commitment to date.

How much of this has been accounted for?

THREAD #Account4COVID

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