Hey guys, do you remember #NoSidonLook popping up all over your social media feed last year?
Yesterday I was harassed by policemen at Pedro policestation for refusing to handover my phone @toni_luv @lindaikeji @bellanaija@aleeygiwa
— Mr July (@culjeffrey) January 20, 2017
When I didn’t budge, they threatened to beat me up
The aim of this campaign is to stimulate discussions among young people especially those online towards asking questions, active participation and engaging the government on issues of concern. Literally, #NoSidonLook means – don’t sit on the fence and watch, play an active role.
Hi guys, is something wrong in your area?
Well now is the time for you/us to do something about it. We want to see what’s going on across Nigeria. If you SidonLook they no go repair your light, if you SidonLook they no go repair road, if you SidonLook you no go get water.
Send in your pictures or videos to @TalkYourOwn and @SCEEPNG and ‘your own handle’ using the #NoSidonLook come on guys let’s do this together
Casey Bloys, HBO’s president of programming, said that it would be nice to have a female led talk show on the network.
….His quote reminded me of the story of an Australian woman, Noela Rukundo, whose husband hired assassins to kill her on a visit to Burundi for the burial of a relative. In a nutshell, the situation boomeranged and he got nine years for inciting murder. It must have been a shock to Noela. Her husband certainly didn’t belie the fact he was planning her murder, this was a classic case of “notoriety and the human psyche”…
Some months back, Mr Dennis Akagha an Ebola survivor and fiancee to late Miss Justina Ejelonu came on the blog to share with us his experiences. Today he is on here again but not to share his experience rather he is here to tell us about his social venture or initiative “JustCare” which he just… Continue reading “We Have To Stop Stigmatization Of People With Infectious Diseases” – Mr Dennis Akagha, Ebola Survivor