Fatima Madaki, introduced in the first episode of Fridays with Fatima, works with Search for Common Ground Nigeria, which focuses on peacebuilding in Nigeria's communities, where citizens deal with Boko Haram attacks, Biafra separatists, and violence involving Fulani herders and farmers in several states. Now Fatima talks about how important it is for young Nigerians, especially women, to participate in the electoral process as candidates.
Premium Times, 31 January 2019
The Search for Common Ground (SFCG), a Nigerian based non-governmental organization, is currently engaging journalists in Borno State in a two-day training on Conflict… Read more »
Nigeria - a country of immense wealth and potential - is riven by so many conflicts and challenges that even its most optimistic citizens often wonder how it can hold together and ... Read more »
Young activists took to the streets to fight for the Not Too Young to Run bill to be passed by the Nigerian government.
A group of young Nigerians join President Muhammadu Buhari after he signed the Not Too Young to Run bill into law.
Premium Times, 6 December 2018
Ahead of the 2019 general election, the 'Not Too Young To Run' group has said it would organise a conference to prepare and mentor youth who have emerged candidates in their… Read more »
The bill seeking to amend sections of the 1999 Constitution to reduce the age limits for eligibility for elective offices in Nigeria, known as the Not Too Young To Run bill, has ... Read more »