KIND Nigeria joins EFCC on March Against Corruption (MAC)

KIND Nigeria has teamed up with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in a programme called the March against Corruption (MAC)

OBJECTIVES

To sensitize Nigerians, on the need to claim ownership  of the War against  corruption  in the country,  by getting Involved in the advocacy.

To reject any form of Legislation aimed at giving amnesty to those indicted for corruption.

To protest slow pace of action of the judiciary in corruption  related cases.

To Reject the National Assembly foot-dragging in passing bills aimed at strengthening the fight against corruption.

To put an immediate stop to the phenomenon of double pension enjoyed by Ex. Governor and other public officers.

Demand the publication of names of those who have been indicted including record of their loots.

A declaration of support for all anti-corruption agencies.

ACTION PLAN

A vigorous launch of the Red Flag Campaign on Social Media including: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter Snapchat, tumblr, blogger, foursquare, Linkedin, etc.

Press Conference

A Press Conference to announce to the general public details and Programmes involved in the March against corruption and to use the Press Conference as a medium to reach out to Nigerians and mobilize them in their Tens and Thousands.

TIME TABLE FOR PROPOSED ACTION

MONDAY, AUGUST 7
Social Media Launch

TUESDAY, AUGUST 8
Press Conference to unveil  group’s  identity  and programs.

THURSDAY AUGUST 10,
Mass Movement Against Corruption in Lagos,  to terminate at the Lagos State House of Assembly.

Media Appearances including: TV bulletin programmes  and Radio Talk shows

This will serve as an avenue of reaching out,  to a wider section of Nigerians,  particularly  the religious organizations.

SATURDAY AUGUST 12
Media Boost / Review of Action

PROGRAMME CHECKLIST
Meetings
Media Mobilization
Social Media Team
Transport
T-Shirts, Flags
Placards
Public Address System
Prints (Flags, Bandana, Handbills, T-Shirts, Backdrops, Roll Up Banners, Posters).

Join us on Twitter to march against corruption.

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