Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Photos: National Democracy Stakeholders Group stage solidarity walk to mark Nigeria's 18th Democracy Day.

 To consolidate Nigeria's 18th Democracy Day,  Civil Society Organisations under the auspices of National Democracy Stakeholders Group (NDSG) staged a National Democracy Solidarity Walk themed: "Walk For A Corruption Free Nigeria." The walk was held yesterday, 29th May, 2017 which marks the day Nigeria transited from Military rule to Democratic rule in 1999 when power was handed over to then President Olusegun Obasanjo by General Abdusalami Abubakar.

The walk has a national vision of being a potent instrument of creating awareness, impacting education, enlightenment and all essential publicity that enables good governance and national integration, the group said.

As we take this walk we are saying collectively that we are happy that our democracy have been sustained for the past eighteen years, we are also saying that we can be better, we are also saying that we can kick corruption out of Nigeria and we are also saying that Nigeria can be great again, and you know what? It will take you and I - Mr. Kleitsaint Akor (Convener NDSG)

See more pictures from the solidarity walk below:



1 comment:

  1. Appreciation to the conveners of the walk. I believe we are making a huge difference.


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