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2019: NAS takes sensitisation campaign to markets

AHEAD of the 2019 general elections, the National Association of Seadogs, NAS, has embarked on sensitisation campaign to markets to warn the electorate on the danger of selling their votes to desperate politicians.

Speaking at the Citizens Summit at Dutse Market, Bwari Area Council, Abuja, the chapter President, Zuma Deck, Nnamdi Okose, appealed to the electorate to come out and cast their votes in 2019 elections. He said that any wrong decision by the electorate in choosing their leaders would have a negative effect on the country, stressing that not minding that the country is under the democratic rule, some of the leaders display tyrannical tendencies.

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2018 PVC Sensitization Campaign

The National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) embarked on a nationwide campaign to enlighten Nigerians on the importance of active participation in election process and the need for Nigerians to register and collect their permanent voters’ card, PVCs in order to ensure active participation in the forthcoming general elections in 2019, and in other future elections.'

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A Preview of Election Violence and Nigeria Elections

Election violence generally involves political parties, their supporters, journalists, agents of government, election administrators and the general population. It includes threats, assault, murder, arson, destruction of property, and physical or psychological harm.

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2015 Citizens’ Summit: Making Our Votes Count

Promoting Citizen Awareness & Voter Education for the 2015 Nigeria General Elections

The forthcoming 2015 General Elections is a watershed in our nation's democratic journey. It therefore provides an auspicious occasion for all well meaning Nigerians to pool resources together as citizens in whatever sphere or leaning to make significant contributions to promote democracy and democratic ideals by adding measurable value to the Nigerian electoral and electioneering processes and experience.

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