THE 'RESUME OR RESIGN' CAMPAIGN

#ResumeOrResign

In reaction to the prolonged absence of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, from the country treating an undisclosed ailment in the United Kingdom for more than 90days, the movement decided to embark on a campaign tagged ‘Resume or Resign’, urging the president to either return to the country or resign his position so the country can progress.

THE 'BRING BACK DIEZANI' CAMPAIGN

#BringBackDiezani

Corruption in Nigeria is an endemic bane. It is a most pernicious cankerworm that has unceasingly eaten deep into the fabrics of our nation. In an effort to support the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration’s fight against corruption, the movement considered it imperative to demand the prosecution of alleged corrupt government officials. Hence, the ‘Bring Back Diezani’ campaign. The campaign was basically aimed at nudging the government to request the extradition of former minister of petroleum of Nigeria, Diezani Alison-Madueke for the weighty allegations of corruption leveled against her. For three days, activists of the movement held sit-outs at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission; EFCC Headquarters in Abuja. Although the EFCC promised to expedite the process of extraditing the former minister, the United Kingdom has made it clear to the movement that the Nigerian government has not sent any request to that effect.

THE 'BUHARI ACT OR QUIT' CAMPAIGN

#BuhariActOrQuit

In reaction to the prolonged absence of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, from the country treating an undisclosed ailment in the United Kingdom for more than 90days, the movement decided to embark on a campaign tagged ‘Resume or Resign’, urging the president to either return to the country or resign his position so the country can progress.

THE 'EndSlaveTrade' CAMPAIGN

#EndSlaveTrade

In November 2017, Africa, Nigeria, and by extension the universe, were taken aback by the preposterous reports of Africans being sold as slaves in Libya. Not only were they sold as slaves but they were constantly abused, starved, mutilated, and dehumanized. According to reports, there were 150,000 Africans and circa 40,000 Nigerians in different detention camps in Libya. Propelled by the enormity of this barbaric development, our coalition embarked on the #EndSlaveTrade Campaign to nudge the Federal Government of Nigeria to initiate a well-coordinated government action to repatriate every single Nigerian trapped in Libya’s detention camps. After two days of vehement outcry by our group, one at the Libyan Embassy in Nigeria and the other at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, where the Nigerian Charge D’Affaire to Libya, Ambassador Iliya Danladi Fachano, promised us that no less than 250 Nigerians will be repatriated daily from Libya from that day onward.