Socio-Economic Rights Accountability Project, SERAP, has declared that it has created a platform which would encourage students especially youths to jointly participate in their aim to promoting transparency and accountability across the country.
The platform is named SERAP’s Accountability Club (SAC).
The platform according to the tweet made by the human rights organisation on Friday, would create awareness and raise their consciousness on issues pertaining to corruption.
As part of its race to battling corruption, it added that inclusion of students as part of its relevant bodies would improve their efforts in managing accountability and transparency in government and public service delivery.
“SERAP has created a platform called SERAP’s Accountability Club (SAC) to promote the inclusion and participation of students and student bodies in our efforts to promote transparency and accountability in Nigeria.
SERAP’s Accountability Club (SAC) aims (among others) to:
1. Create awareness and stimulate conversations amongst students about issues of transparency, accountability and socio-economic rights in Nigeria.
2. Encourage and improve the inclusion and participation of students and youth groups in transparency and accountability issues.
“SERAP’s Accountability Club (SAC) is open to students across tertiary institutions in Nigeria interested in working together to promote transparency and accountability in Nigeria.
“To become a member:
1. Should be a student of tertiary institution in Nigeria.
2. Should be interested in and passionate about issues of anti-corruption, transparency and accountability in government and public service delivery.
3. Should be willing and interested to join SAC” SERAP wrote