SERAP lectures communities on how to hold leaders accountable


The Socioeconomic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has reiterated the need for Nigerians to hold their elected representatives in government accountable.

In a sensitization training which was held in Lagos, Programs Coordinator at SERAP, Folashade Arigbabu explained that the goal of the program is to sensitize the participants on how to take strategic steps in holding their representatives in government accountable for taxpayer’s money expended on projects

On her part the Program Director, CODE, Lucy Abagi, encouraged participants at the event to follow the budgets of their states passionately to know what is enshrined in it so as to to know when government is erring.

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