"The Nigerian Social Contract Initiative, loosely
translated as NaWeBeGovernment, is an initiative of the Omudodu Youths
Foundation, a.k.a. OurMumuDonDo Movement, designed to enlighten the citizens
about Nigeria's democratic process as well as transfer the ownership of the
democratic process to the citizens thereby enabling them to engender
Charles Oputa popularly known Charly boy pointed out that
Social Contract Initiative would improve citizens' participation in the
democratic process, as well as increase the trust of the electorate in
Nigeria's electoral process.
He stressed that the Initiative is in line with the 2019
elections, and is proposed as a model for reviewing and determining the
commitment of politicians and political parties in the Nigerian polity.
"Our Movement, with support from the Ford Foundation
and the UK Department for International Development (DFID) (Youth Alive
Foundation) embarked on opinion surveys across the country using
questionnaires, and also through town hall engagement, to gather information on
the knowledge of the social contract among citizens.
"When we started the Nigerian Social Contract
Initiative in June 2018, we realized that there was insufficient information on
youth and citizens’ knowledge and engagement with the social contract as a tool
for promoting good governance in Nigeria.
"This propelled us to conduct a survey to obtain
baseline information about citizens’ knowledge of social contract and their
level of engagement with government, using available spaces and legal
frameworks, to demand accountability and good governance."
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