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CYIAC set to save the soul of Nigeria from Corruptors through creative development

December 10, 2017

The Project Director of Creative Youth Initiative Against Corruption (CYIAC), Foluke Michael urge the youth to brace up to rescue the soul of Nigeria from rottenness of corruption through their creativity and collaboration. She said ““The Corrupt spawn CORRUPTORS, Lets join hands together to flush the CORRUPTORS"

Michael spoke during the launch and premiere of CYIAC Corruption Busters (CCB) movie series on December 9, 2017 to mark International Anti-Corruption Day. A total of Four (4) CCB Movies series (Hands on Canvass, Reclamation, The Day Morning Never Come and Corruption-The Musical) were launched and premiered at the FilmHouse IMAX, Lekki on Saturday. The CCB series focuses on how corruption affects social development, education, health, environment, justice and economic growth, the CCB educational series will be made available for schools nationwide to support the CYIAC campaign against corruption.

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo applauded the effort Creative Youth Initiative Against Corruption to rid Nigeria from corruption through active youth engagement and pledged to support the project for wider participation. The Hon Minister for Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed pledged to aid CYIAC with corruption-busting campaign through adequate publicity across Federal government platform and beyond.

The event was attended by Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka, President of Women Arise for Change Initiative, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu, the Consul General, Federal Republic of Germany, Mr. Ingo Herbert, CYIAC Goodwill Ambassador, Ms. Bimbo Akintola, The Project Coordinator and Head of UN Office on Drugs and Crimes, Mr. Glen Prichard, Lagos Commissioner for Youth and Social Development, Mrs. Uzamat Akinbile-Yussuf and others.

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