BEAUTY ON A MISSION

REGISTRATION FOR THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FACE IN ABIA 2015 IS STILL ON!!! AUDITION IS ON THE 21st march 2015 Audition/screening requirements-  1 dinner gown,1 bum short,white/black tan top,1 blue/black jean,1 5inch heel(no wedge)                        Audition/screening venue-luxury city hotels,                             84 Aba-owerri. road aba Time-10am (no African time pls) Do You Know???? Winner Gets An Official Car.(KIA […]

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PROPOSAL FOR A CITIZENS’ DEBATE ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA WHAT? Generational Voices (GenVoices) in partnership with Enough is Enough (EiE) is proposing to collaborate with British Council to run a Citizens’ Debate on the upcoming elections in Nigeria. This will be facilitated through GenVoices’ conversational platform called GenTalks.  This mainly builds on the extensive work our partners EiE has done in the area of citizens engagement in the voting process, and will leverage on much of the experience garnered in promoting an active, informed and intelligent voting population. The Citizens’ Debate is designed for supporters of the presidential/governorship candidates in Nigeria’s General Elections to articulate and present their rationale for deciding what candidate to support. It will be targeted at young audiences aged 18-35. Where possible, the governorship candidates in Cross River State will also be invited to and interactive session with the audience. This will ensure a no-holds-barred and unscripted session of political conversation between citizens and political leaders.  WHY? Much of the focus of the political process is on highfalutin rhetoric that the average citizen rarely connects to. The Citizens’ Debate is therefore created for young Nigerians to articulate and present their rationale for deciding which of the candidates to support. This spins the wheel to focus on the critical aspect of the governance process; the people. OBJECTIVE Youth voter education and engagement to increase awareness about the process and encourage the use of analysis and facts in choosing elected officials. The exercise will also stimulate interest and dialogue about the elections and relevant issues.  FORMAT Pre-debate polls Debate with a live audience – live streamed and recorded  Information

PROPOSAL FOR A CITIZENS’ DEBATE ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA WHAT? Generational Voices (GenVoices) in partnership with Enough is Enough (EiE) is proposing to collaborate with British Council to run a Citizens’ Debate on the upcoming elections in Nigeria. This will be facilitated through GenVoices’ conversational platform called GenTalks.  This mainly builds on […]

Read more "PROPOSAL FOR A CITIZENS’ DEBATE ON THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA WHAT? Generational Voices (GenVoices) in partnership with Enough is Enough (EiE) is proposing to collaborate with British Council to run a Citizens’ Debate on the upcoming elections in Nigeria. This will be facilitated through GenVoices’ conversational platform called GenTalks.  This mainly builds on the extensive work our partners EiE has done in the area of citizens engagement in the voting process, and will leverage on much of the experience garnered in promoting an active, informed and intelligent voting population. The Citizens’ Debate is designed for supporters of the presidential/governorship candidates in Nigeria’s General Elections to articulate and present their rationale for deciding what candidate to support. It will be targeted at young audiences aged 18-35. Where possible, the governorship candidates in Cross River State will also be invited to and interactive session with the audience. This will ensure a no-holds-barred and unscripted session of political conversation between citizens and political leaders.  WHY? Much of the focus of the political process is on highfalutin rhetoric that the average citizen rarely connects to. The Citizens’ Debate is therefore created for young Nigerians to articulate and present their rationale for deciding which of the candidates to support. This spins the wheel to focus on the critical aspect of the governance process; the people. OBJECTIVE Youth voter education and engagement to increase awareness about the process and encourage the use of analysis and facts in choosing elected officials. The exercise will also stimulate interest and dialogue about the elections and relevant issues.  FORMAT Pre-debate polls Debate with a live audience – live streamed and recorded  Information"