Fixpolitics to hold pioneer class matriculation


Fixpolitics to hold pioneer class matriculation


By John Eche


The Fixpolitics movement, a political advocacy and reform group has disclosed that it would be holding its pioneer class matriculation event for its first batch of formal students in its School of Politics, Policy and Governance, SPPG.


The ceremony is expected to hold on March 1, 2021 and will launch SPPG’s one-month Acculturation Program.


A pre-programme test run of the scheme had been carried out in collaboration with Germany’s Hertie School.


Sources however say that the faculty for the current package has been broadened to accommodate a far wider pool of talented academic and practical instructors from across Nigeria, Africa and the world.


The Fixpolitics initiative is modelled after the outcome of a research study by the group’s founder and former Minister of Education and Solid Minerals Development, Madam Oby Ezekwesili.




Madam Oby Ezekwesili, FixPolitics founder



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