The Akin Fadeyi Foundation in partnership with the Federal Roads Safety Corps has announced the unveiling of a new anti-corruption advocacy programme on radio called ‘Make we Sama Corruption.’
The programme, according to a statement on Sunday, which will run for a year commenced on Friday 15, October 2021 and is designed to stimulate community dialogue and impact change by educating citizens on the behavioural insights, social symptoms and effects of corruption, including providing citizens-engagement solutions on how it can be individually and collectively tackled and eradicated.
The Corp Marshall, FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, was quoted in the statement as saying, “This radio programme collaboration is in continued consolidation of the FRSC partnership with the Akin Fadeyi Foundation in its deployment of media and other channels of robust public engagement to combat corruption.”
Also, the Executive Director, Akin Fadeyi Foundation, Mr Akin Fadeyi said, “The FRSC has been consistent in its focus and irrevocable commitment to not only stamp out corruption, but to also take optimal advantage of the technology our FlagIt App offers in achieving the purpose. The MacAuthur Foundation has equally strengthened our capacity through funding and abundant technical support to deepen our work with the FRSC in our continued resolve to trigger citizens voice action against corruption.”
The 30-minutes show, according to the statement will air live every Friday between 9.30am and 10am on National Traffic Radio, 107.1 FM.
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