The Akin Fadeyin Foundation, AFF, has launched an anti-corruption platform named Flagit TV with a mandate to amplify corruption issues and social interest stories.
AFF states that it hopes to continue to advocate for accountable governance and a corrupt-free, inclusive society.
The AkinFadeyin Foundation hinted that Flagit TV is an online TV that streams on their YouTube, Facebook and Instagram social media handles.
Foundation’s Statement in Brief:
“Some of our programs debuts, like ‘Nigerians Speak’, have witnessed focused attention on good governance and credible electoral participation engagements with the Baze University community stakeholders and also sought to find out about the inclusiveness of Nigeria’s electoral system through a fact-finding call to the colony of People Living With Disabilities (PLWDs), at Karonmajigi, FCT Abuja.
Since its launch, AFF has activated various platforms to lend support to credible judgement and citizens’ voices on issues of public interest to shape narratives for the public good.
They’ve visited BAZE university to engage its community of young Nigerians on the need to be registered and not sell their votes.