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The Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth and Advancement (YIAGA), with support from Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) and the IPU Forum of Young Parliamentarians invites the general public to the official media launch of the Young Legislators Accountability Project (#YLAPNG).

#YLAPNG is a project designed to enhance legislative accountability through effective citizens' participation whilst building a cohesive young legislators hub for political mentorship, peer learning and capacity development. The project is anchored on four pillars; legislative support, legislative accountability, political mentorship and citizens participation. Through this project, YIAGA hopes to sustain citizen participation in governance in the aftermath of the 2015 elections through issued based engagement with young legislators.

The media launch will have in attendance young legislators in the National Assembly, representatives of media organizations, civil society and youth groups, development partners etc.

DATE: Wednesday January 13th, 2016

VENUE: Sheraton Hotels and Towers, Abuja.

TIME: 9AM – 11 AM


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