The New Voices Movement was birthed out of the need to put an end to the recycling of political leaders in Nigeria who do not have a stake in the future that we are heading to and are neither capable nor ready to lead the creation of that future.
We want to see a Nigeria that is the knowledge and technology capital of the world by 2050. This Nigeria will be driven by technological innovation from the young creative minds that we will have, numbering up to half of our entire population.
In 774 LGAs and 8524 wards, we plan to raise at least one political/community organiser who will focus on solving community problems via engaging the corresponding institutions of government and holding them accountable.
Our vision to make Nigeria the knowledge and technology capital of the world by 2050 will only become reality when we have the right policies in place and the right legislation.
Our plans detail how we hope to harness the expertise and the opportunities for diaspora Nigerians to contribute to realising the vision we have for Nigeria by 2050 starting today.
On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, the National Assembly resumed legislative activities after one month of recess, following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Upon resumption, the House of Representatives considered a Bill titled ‘Control of Infectious Diseases Bill’ co-sponsored by Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila, Speaker, House of Reps; Rep. Pascal Obi; and Rep. Tanko Sununu.
Youth Led Organisations to crowdfund resources to provide palliatives for vulnerable citizens. Initiative to be implemented by fellows of New Voices Citizen Fellowship residing in their local government areas and submit accountability report. Imploring Osun indigenes outside the state and in the diaspora to donate to the relief fund.