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EnoughisEnough Nigeria Coalition has had a successful relationship with the media since our first rally on March 16, 2010. We have had front page coverage from all the national dailies (Thisday, The Guardian, The Punch, NEXT, The Sun and others) as well as consistent coverage by popular blogs and international news agencies, including Reuters, the Associated Press, CNN, BBC, Radio France, and The Economist, amongst others.
Our on-the-ground efforts and the quality of the professionals that form our core board have no doubt demonstrated the effectiveness and potential to make lasting change happen.
Find some press clippings and blog features below:
" The default view of Facebook is that it will enable African voters to ask more of their politicians. There are already plenty examples of citizen activism. A colourful one is RSVP in Nigeria. It stands for Register Select Vote Protect, or Rice and Stew Very Plenty.The RSVP campaign uses Facebook and Twittter to try and elect credible Nigerian politicians. But, since devils don't talk to angels, the activists often end up talking to like-minded idealists. The politicians themselves are not standing still. Many have created their own fan pages. They push out messages of fund-raisers and splash around pictures of themselves in constituencies. There are signs that a new generation is outmanouevring the old."