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EIE invites Citizens in Building its portal

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By Esther Adeyanju, @whurmie

In its aim of ensuring good governance and public accountability in the country, Enough is Enough Nigeria (EIE) calls on citizens to help build the “office of the citizen” portal.

The portal is to effectively integrate the efforts of active citizens and activists in order to produce well worked out responses to identified issues.

EIE who is about launching the portal in October calls on citizens to join the hackathon hosted by Budgit and PIN on Saturday, August 29th at the Budgit office in Alagomeji, Lagos.

Interested citizens are thus implored to register online with a link provided on the EIE’s website- www.eie.ng/ootc.

“As citizens become more aware of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, the dynamics between the Governors’ and the governed will change. You are invited to our hackathon to help make this change happen.”

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