A society is what the citizens make of it. Every society has the potential to be great provided the leadership is able to harness the citizens to pursue the collective good.
It is possible for individual members of a society to be locked in the pursuit of their personal goals and forget looking out for those things that promote the common or public good.
Individuals that advocate for or work for the common good, are referred to as public citizens. Without the intervention of public citizens, no society can attain its full potential.
Mobilizing for political consciousness and political participation is one of the ways to encourage the emergence of Public Citizens.
This is the focus of “The Public Citizen Show”
What is about?
Each edition of the Show features guest interviews, discussions, and reviews of current, economic and social issues in Nigeria. The show answers the following questions and more:
Who is a public citizen?
What do public citizens do?
How can individuals become public citizens?
What are the challenges of becoming a public citizen?
How can we encourage private citizens to become public citizens?
What are the advantages of being a public citizen?
How can we promote the concept of public citizenship as an integral part of democratic culture?
The Show is broadcast every Tuesday at 2: 00 pm – 3: 00 pm, West Africa Time
The Show is flexible, interactive and full of fun. Guests speak with liberty while the host guides discussions.
Guest participation at the show is wide and open. Guests are invited from different strata of society and different political affiliations. If you will like to feature on the show, send a mail to: email@example.com
The Show is open for sponsorship. For information,
please call:+234 (0) 708 015 7176
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