Nigeria’s Centenary Notes & Images
Dear compatriots, colleagues and friends,
The African Centre for Media & Information Literacy (AFRICMIL) is pioneering a project on reflections and images to mark Nigeria’s Centenary (1914-2014). The aim is to gauge public opinion/perception (far removed from the views/positions of officialdom) about Nigeria, 100 years after its creation.
As our dear nation “wobbles, stumbles and fumbles,” there couldn’t be a better time to begin an informed and broad-based debate about the way forward.
We hope that as you and your loved ones enjoy the holidays, you’ll take a few minutes to reflect on what Nigeria means to you and share your opinion of the Nigeria of your dream and how to achieve it!
Please visit the link below and in just 100 words share your views and upload an “exciting” imageif available.
Kindly indicate Name; Gender; Designation; Contact: Email and Twitter.
Please spread the word to your contacts and networks!
“A New Nigeria is Possible!”
firstname.lastname@example.org; Twitter: @conumah
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