NIGERIAN VOICES: ”Pride and Patriotism"
This programme is about eliciting positive actions and roadmaps beyond the usual conversations and chatter. It is about defining to this generation and the next, what it is to be Nigerian. It is about taking proactive steps to push Nigeria to the next level.
A second session of the ‘Nigerian Voices’ programme “Pride and Patriotism” comes up on December 15th 2021 with a live audience at the House of Lords. The programme plan is to follow up with similar events across all state capitals in Nigeria and across major world capitals (Beijing, Brussels, Dubai, Paris, Jerusalem, Rome, Moscow, Amsterdam, Washington, New York, Dallas, Berlin, Delhi, Johannesburg) especially where Nigeria has huge diaspora numbers.
The Nigerian entertainment industry controls a commanding social media presence in Nigeria and globally with a cumulative followership of over 4 billion people!
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NIGERIAN VOICES: “State of the Nation"
Recently Iboro Otu, a former governorship candidate and the Chairperson of ALERT Africa — a non-governmental organisation that is committed to providing opportunities and developing leadership and entrepreneurial capacities for young Africans — gathered entertainers in Nigeria and the diaspora at a virtual conference. The conference tagged ‘Nigerian Voices: State of The Nation,’ focused on using entertainment for leadership, good governance and electoral advocacy. The over one-hour session had musicians, entertainment businessmen and women, filmmakers, artists and other creative industry experts in attendance. The session can be viewed online via youtube link: https://youtu.be/Rq9f-B8xjlw
ODDIN & Nigerian Voices
Oddin Program is an institutional and policy-based initiative aimed at supporting and sustaining democratic institutions and their officials by creating a platform for communication, training, policy development, and evaluation. Together with other partner organizations including GOTNI Leadership Centre, Policy House International, and Pinecone Strategy UK, the ODDIN program aims to broaden and deepen Nigeria’s democratic space by making all other political parties more visible. With ODDIN, officials of all the 18 political parties at federal and state levels are engaged in rigorous cross-country training sessions on further understanding and activating their roles as political parties in instilling democratic values and processes.