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The 2015 general elections in Nigeria in more ways than one exposed the underbelly of Nigeria.

The campaign was replete with violence, hate speech, ethnic and religious animosity among other ills. Allegiance and support was won or given on the basis of ethnic or religious affinity. In almost all instances, such support was not without financial inducement. In the villages, the women gathered to share bags of salt, rice and beans “donated” to them by aspirants from various political parties. Often these gatherings became tumultuous leaving participants with torn clothes, broken limbs and battered faces.


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Latest Publications

August 21, 2017

PRESS STATEMENT BY GWC ON THE OZUBULU MASSACRE ON SUNDAY 6TH OF AUGUST, 2017

The Green Women for Change and Empowerment Foundation (GWC) received with shock the news of the sacrilegious invasion of St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Amakwa, Ozubulu, Anambra […]
February 23, 2017

OF ECONOMY, PULPITS AND NOLLYWOOD EXPECTATIONS

Sometime in 2016, #bringbackourcorruption began to trend on the social media. Nigerians disenchanted with the dire state of the economy in the midst of a war […]
January 30, 2017

ECONOMIC RECESSION IN NIGERIA AND UNCARING PRESIDENT

The Nigerian economy slipped into recession by the last quarter of 2015. Recession was therefore a dominant talking point in 2016. It provided opposition parties fodder […]
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