Their submission was contained in a statement issued on Thursday by the #FixPolitics spokesperson, Ozioma Ubabukoh.
The #FixPoliticsDialogues centres on citizens’ voice and participation in the discussion of the 1999 constitution.
The SPPG commenced operations in January as a pillar of the #FixPolitics initiative, a research-based citizens’ collective founded in response to the dismal performance of public leadership in Africa to transform democracy, politics and governance on the continent.
The SPPG is part of the group’s agenda to build value-based political thinkers of economic and human development in Africa.
He will lead the implementation of the Triangular Pillars of Democracy, which uniquely identify the tripod focus of the #FixPolitics initiative on emerging an empowered and engaged electorate, building a new value-based political class and demanding constitutional, political and electoral change.
According to the group, the event: “#FixPolitics Hackathon,” will be held on December 12, 2020 at the Co-creation Hub/Virtual Connection.
She stated this at the public launch of #FixPolitics, where she presented findings from her fellowship research on how to fix politics in Nigeria and Africa more broadly.