More than a book, it's a journey!

Let us be grateful that the Enough-is-Enough generation is publishing this book to wake Nigerians up to the fact that we have drifted far and long from where we say that we want to be."

It is our responsibility [. . .] to use our privilege and opportunity to lift fellow citizens wherever we can [and] to hold the government accountable as loudly as we can, all the time.

I believe in Nigeria and Nigerians… We deserve better and we can do better.

Meet the Contributors

Christopher Kolade

Dr. Christopher Kolade was born on December 28, 1932. He had his early education in Nigeria, and his university education at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. His career has spanned Education (1955 – 60), Broadcasting (1960 – 78), Business (1978 – 2002), and Diplomacy (2002 – 07). He retired mid-year 2007 from the position of Nigeria High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.

Innocent Idibia (2Baba)

2Baba is a musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, humanitarian, and activist. He drives the Vote not Fight campaign with the 2Baba Foundation. He’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Oby Ezekwesili

Obiageli “Oby” is an economic policy expert, an advocate for transparency, accountability, good governance and human capital development, a humanitarian and an activist. She is the founder of #FixPolitics Initiative, a research-based citizen-led initiative, the School of Politics Policy and Governance (SPPG), and Human Capital Africa. She’s a one-time presidential candidate.

Cheta Nwanze

Cheta is the Lead Partner at SBM Intelligence and heads the research desk. He has worked in numerous information technology and media organisations, key among them are the Daily Times of Nigeria, where he was Managing Editor for a while.

Aisha Yesufu

Aisha is an active citizen and businesswoman. She has lent her voice and presence to many citizen-led campaigns like #BringBackOurGirls, #OneVoice and #EndSARS, demanding that the government fulfils its constitutional roles of providing security and welfare to citizens.

Omoyele Sowore

Yele is a human rights activist, pro-democracy campaigner, and founder of Sahara Reporters, an online media platform. He is a two-time presidential candidate.

Japheth Joshua Omojuwa

JJ is a blogger, columnist, author, public speaker, socio-economic-political commentator and social media expert. He is the Founder & Chief Strategist at The Alpha Reach. His articles have appeared on CNN, ThisDay, and other platforms across the continent.

Adebola Williams

Adebola is a Nigerian media entrepreneur, journalist, political consultant and motivational speaker. He is the Group CEO of RED | For Africa. He co-founded Red Africa, Africa’s largest portfolio of youth media brands which include Red Media Africa, Statecraft Inc., The Future Awards Africa and YNaija.

Bankole Wellington (Banky W)

Banky W is a singer, rapper, actor, pastor, entrepreneur and politician. He started Sooyah Bistro in 2018 and he’s a two-time House of Representatives candidate. He’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Seun Onigbinde

Seun is an entrepreneur and open data analyst. He is the co-founder and CEO of BudgIT, a civic startup. Seun is a fiscal transparency advocate and firm believer in the power of Open Data.

Zeal Akaraiwe

Zeal Akaraiwe founded the consultancy firm Graeme Blaque Nigeria Ltd, providing procurement solutions for Oil and Gas companies.

Gbenga Sesan

‘Gbenga is the Executive Director of Paradigm Initiative (PIN), a pan-African social enterprise working on digital inclusion and digital rights through its offices in Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

'Yemi Adamolekun

Yemi currently serves as the executive director of Enough is Enough Nigeria (EiE), a non-partisan network of individuals and organizations committed to building a culture of good governance and public accountability in Nigeria through active citizenship.

Tunde Bakare

Tunde Bakare is a prophetic-apostolic pastor and Senior Pastor of the Citadel Global Community Church, Lagos. He’s also an author, entrepreneur and politician. He’s a one-time vice-presidential candidate. He has been a consistent voice for good governance and public accountability for many decades.

Tolu Adeleru - Balogun

Tolulope Adeleru-Balogun is an active citizen and the Head of Programs at News Central TV and a CNN Journalism Fellow. She started her career as an OAP and now has over a decade of broadcast experience.

Ayisha Osori

Ayisha is a Nigerian lawyer, author, international development consultant, journalist and politician known for her work on good governance, gender equality, women economic and political participation and ending violence against women in Nigeria. She is the former CEO of the Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund.

Jude Abaga (MI)

MI is a rapper and record producer. He rose to prominence in 2006 when his song “Crowd Mentality” became popular in Jos, Nigeria. His debut studio album Talk About It was released in 2008. He’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Segun Demuren

Segun is the MD/CEO of EAN Aviation, the first Aircraft Maintenance Facility Hangar and FBO / VIP Lounge Terminal in Lagos, Nigeria, with a focus on the private jet market in Nigeria and West Africa.

Aisha Oyebode

Aisha is a development specialist, international NGO expert, entrepreneur, author, philanthropist and human rights activist specialising in women and girls issues and initiatives.

Serah Ugbabe

Serah is ONE’s Executive Director, Engagement and Mobilisation. She leads ONE’s work on global campaigning and digital strategy as well as the coordination, growth, and engagement of ONE’s diverse and global supporter base.

Amara Nwankpa

Amara is Director of the Public Policy Initiative at the Shehu Musa Yar’adua Foundation where he is responsible for developing and managing public policy programmes in line with the Foundation’s objectives and values. Amara has been actively involved in national advocacy and youth mobilization since 2009 – influencing public policy and governance processes, particularly with regard to energy and elections.

Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

Chidi is a human rights activist, lawyer, professor and writer. He was the former Chairman of Nigeria’s National Human Rights Commission and was recently the senior team manager for the Africa Program of Open Society Justice Initiative.

Scott Oritsejeminiyi Igbene

Prince Scott is the Executive Director of Rural Education Development Initiative (REDI) and has worked in aviation, oil and gas, manufacturing and in the political circle. He is the President of Cue Sports Association of Nigeria (CSAN) and CEO of Warri Digest. He’s a one-time House of Representatives candidate.

Hadiza Mohammed

Hadiza currently provides consultancy services to an international organization focusing on developing social enterprises in Nigeria. Hadiza strongly believes in social empowerment and open-mindedness as essential to resolving our nation’s issues. Hadiza’s interests include books, center travel, food and football – she is a Manchester United supporter! In her spare time, she volunteers at a centre for children with disabilities in Lagos.

Chioma Agwuegbo

Chioma is the Executive Director at TechHerNG and Convener of the #StateOfEmergencyGBV Movement.

Adeolu Adekola

Adeolu has a decade long experience in project management, information technology, accountability in governance, civic engagement and investigative journalism that cuts across the private, public and third sector (social enterprise and non-profits).

Femi Longe

Femi is the founder and CEO of Qiesto, a platform that connects young Africans to opportunities to use and showcase their competencies as a pathway to jobs, further education or entrepreneurship. He is also one of the co-founders of Co-Creation Hub (CcHub).

Lami Phillips-Gbadamosi

Lami is a singer, songwriter and actress. She is United Nations (UN) envoy and Oxfam Ambassador for Women and Youths. She’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Aituaje Iruobe (Waje)

Waje is a singer whose vocal range covers three octaves. She first gained recognition after being featured on the remake of P-Square’s “Omoge Mi”. She’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Omawumi Megbele

Omawumi, is a singer-songwriter and actress of Itsekiri ethnicity. She is a brand ambassador for Globacom,, and Malta Guinness. She’s also part of the campaign called “Rise with the Energy of Africa.” She’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Kate Henshaw

Kate Henshaw is an active citizen and actress. Kate uses her voice and platforms to amplify social justice issues. She’s a one-time House of Representatives aspirant. She’s been an #RSVP Ambassador since 2011.

Jude Ilo

Jude is the Senior Director for Advocacy at the centre for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC). He is the Nigerian representative for the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), Udo provided strategic leadership in opening the frontier of governance and civic space in Nigeria through grant making, advocacy and network building.

Hamzat Lawal

Hamzat is an anti-corruption activist. He is the founder of Follow The Money, a social accountability initiative that comprises data analysts, journalists, activists, and students.

Jude Feranmi

Jude Feranmi is the convener at Raising New Voices Initiative and CEO of Republicraft Consultancy. For the past seven years, he has worked as a civil society leader, bringing Nigeria’s youth together to advocate for policy and legislation reforms that ensure the participation of young people in Nigeria's civic and political life

Rinsola Abiola

Rinsola is a certified public relations practitioner & government relations specialist with work experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors. She is the founder of Equity Now Initiative.

Ndi Kato

Ndi Kato is the Executive Director of Dinidari Foundation; Communication support for NHRC Political Analyst as seen on Aljazeera, BBC, VOA, Channels, AIT, Arise TV, TVC. A Comms Consultant, Politician and Minority Rights Activist

Atiku Nafisa

Nafisa Atiku-Adejuwon is an advocate for young people in politics and is one of the founding members of LASO Youths, an organization established to inspire Nigerian youth to take responsibility for the nation.

Banke Ilori

Adebanke is passionate about social equality and experienced in the fields of public policy, global conflict, development and inclusion. She has served as an independent consultant to governmental and non governmental agencies on issues around youth and women involvement in politics and elections.

Satina Harry

Satina is the founder and Executive Director of Paragons Initiative and under this platform she organises leadership and personal developments training for high school prefects, provides close mentorship and coaching programs and supports them to carry out sustainable projects in their schools and nearby communities.

Mark Amaza

Mark Amaza is a communications strategist, freelance writer and media enthusiast.

Tonye Isokariari

Tonye Isokariari is the Director Of Government Relations, ACIOE Associates.

Adeoluwa Adebayo

Adeoluwa is a creative brand strategist with over 5 years experience in the advertising industry. He has worked across various industries like technology, fashion, food, real estate, social impact, and government sector to develop brands, and strategically develop their sales strategy.

Tamilore Asikhia

Tamilore Asikhia is a writer and Enough is Enough volunteer.

Bisola Edun

Bisola Edun is the MD/CEO of Tae, a niche brand in the female ready-to-wear market in Nigeria.

Fadekemi Akinfaderin-Agarau

Fadekemi Akinfaderin is a feminist activist with over eighteen years' experience working with women's and girls' human rights organizations and movements in Africa.

Omolola Adele-Oso

Omolola Adele - Oso is the Founder and Chief Executive at LOS Lifestyle Co. She is an Entrepreneur, architect, tech founder, and organization development practitioner dedicated to addressing issues related to Africa and her diaspora; social justice; and good governance.

Ishaya Bako

Ishaya Bako is a Nigerian film director and screenwriter. His film, Fuelling Poverty, a documentary on poverty and fuel subsidy in Nigeria, is narrated by Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka.

Chude Jideonwo

journalist, and media entrepreneur from Nigeria. He has gained significant experience in all facets of traditional and new media over the past ten years and has utilised this knowledge to create effective media campaigns. He is also acknowledged as a top authority on new/social media and youth lifestyles.

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