Sustaining Democracy through a Pandemic: A panel discussion with WFD Nigeria

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Sustaining Democracy through a Pandemic: A panel discussion with WFD Nigeria

May 29th, 2020

COVID-19 is ravaging the entire globe, including Nigeria. In support of the advocacy for democracy amid this international health crisis, WFD Nigeria is leading a discussion on sustaining democracy through this period.

This webinar, held on the 15th May, focused on the need for accountability and transparency, especially among government officials. It identified what these officials could do to support accountability and transparency, while highlighting the existing efforts by the government and policy makers in strengthening the accountability and transparency measures already in place.

Friday 15 May 2020
An online webinar

Moderator:

  • Jide Ojo – CEO OJA Development Consult, Columnist, development expert

Panelists:

  • Seun Onigbinde – Founding Partner, Budgit, development expert
  • Elvis Oglafa – Anti-corruption and transparency advocate
  • Brenard Anugwom – Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre (PLAC), lawyer and human rights advocate

In partnership with:

With funding from:


Photo by jbdodane on Flickr

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