Fighting corruption begins with what we teach our children. A simple but powerful belief, which has been the driving force behind Step Up Nigeria’s ‘Catch Them Young’ Initiative‘. Our initiative has gone from strength to strength. As a result of this success, we are delighted that Emeka’s Money – a short animated film about corruption, is now available to watch on Step Up TV. We are grateful for support from the MacArthur Foundation and an excellent partnership with Basement Animation in Lagos.
Step Up Nigeria launched Emeka’s Money – the short animated film with an accompanying song “We must do better”. Written by Angelo Anosike, composed by Rodney Abia, and performed by Oluwaseyi Fajimi with Esther Odogu.
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Introducing Our Covid-19 & Integrity Campaign #Covid19AndIntegrity
Together, we can beat Coronavirus in Nigeria by acting with integrity.#Covid19AndIntegrity– Onyinye Ough, ED, Step Up Nigeria
As Nigeria tackles Coronavirus, collective effort is needed to ensure that we reduce spread of the virus. Everyone has a role to play and citizens must support government’s effort to tackle the virus. We must act with integrity doing the right thing all the time even when no one is looking or everyone else is doing the wrong thing.
To successfully limit the spread of Coronavirus in Nigeria, citizens must be transparent and act with integrity at all times. Stay home if you can, if you have to move around, stay safe, observe good hand and personal hygiene, adhere to the guidelines of the lockdown protocol and keep a safe distance from other people.
To amplify the importance of integrity, We have also commenced a special series on our podcast on #Covid19&Corruption. Visit our BLOG to listen to our most recent episodes. Here are some examples of cases in Nigeria where a lack of integrity on the part of 1 individual has led to the infection and eventual death of other Nigerians.