Welcome To The Transition Monitoring Group
The Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) is the foremost independent civil society election observation organization in Nigeria. Established in 1998 as a non-profit organization, the TMG now has 400 member organizations committed to the entrenchment of democracy in Nigeria
2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS
Dr Abiola Akiyode Afolabi
@abiolaak of the Transition Monitoring Group giving her welcome Address at a two day dialogue session on “Charter of Demand and Agenda Setting for Elections in Nigeria” at Transcorp Hotels, Calabar, Cross River State
The South South Zonal Coordinator Chief Nengi James giving his remark at the “Charter of Demand and Agenda Setting for Elections in Nigeria” at Transcorp Hotels, Calabar, Cross River State
The TMG chairperson, Dr Abiola Akiyode Afolabi
@abiolaak giving her welcome presentation and remarks at A Two-Day Dialogue Session On Citizen’s Charter Of Demands and Agenda Setting For Elections in Nigeria in Abuja
Lauretta Ngari from Plateau State giving a minority report on TMG talking about how “Women are now contesting for political positions, there’s likely going to be crisis in some parts of the state in 2019 elections”
According to Mary Jalingo from Niger state, “Mandate swapping is an issue in Niger, increase in issues of tuggery, inter and intra party conflict, issues based issues, negative implication of social media, vote buying media, non budget implementation in the state.
The chair person TMG, Dr Abiola Akiyode
@abiolaak with north west state coordinators at the on-going two day dialogue session on citizen’s charter of demand and Agenda setting for elections in Nigeria in Abuja .
Group picture at the two day dialogue session on citizen’s charter of demand and Agenda setting for elections in Nigeria by the Transition Monitoring Group at Abuja .
Prof Jibrin Ibrahim giving his take on 2019 general elections and the threat of transactional politics at the One Day Roundtable Meeting on 2019 General Elections – Political Corruption & Other Emerging Issues”.