The change of leadership at the centre, achieved at the last elections, resulted mostly from a combination of factors, including a vigilant citizenry driven by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), ERIC IKHILAE examines the role played by one of such groups – Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room
April 13, 2015
The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room, after observing the State-level elections for the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly, which held on Saturday, 11th April 2015, makes the following statement: The Situation Room acknowledges and commends the significant improvements in the electoral process made by INEC.
April 11, 2015
The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room is observing the State-level elections for the Governorships and the State Houses of Assembly. The successful conclusion of these elections is crucial to the consolidation of democracy in the country and should complement the already concluded Presidential and National Assembly elections on March 28th 2015.
April 7, 2015
The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room condemns the statement made by Oba of Lagos, Mr Rilwan Akiolu threatening Ibos in the State who may vote against his preferred candidate in the forthcoming April 11 State-level elections.
Issued: Wednesday, 1st April 2015 The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room congratulates the Nigerian people for turning out to vote during Nigeria’s national elections held on 28th March 2015, which produced Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) as President-elect.
March 31, 2015
The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room has received disturbing reports of the security details of the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof Attahiru Jega, being withdrawn in the last few minutes at the venue of the announcement of the collated results of the Presidential elections. Our reports also include a fear that […]