As part of initiatives to ensure a hitch-free electoral process in 2015, Tuface Foundation, in partnership with Young Stars Foundation, National Democratic Institute (NDI) and other partner organisations, has flagged off the Vote Not Fight, Election No Be War campaign.
The campaign, as revealed by the management of the Foundation at a press conference last Tuesday in Lagos, is an initiative championed by multi-award winning star, Tuface Idibia, and is targeted primarily at the youth.
In addition, the project’s theme music recorded by Tuface Idibia as part of the Million Voices for Peace (MVP) project and a public service announcement video by the BBC Media Action to sensitise the electorate on the need to Vote Not Fight were unveiled at the event.
However, the highlight of the launch was the signing of the pledge by Tuface Idibia, Henry ‘K Slim’ Kosiso, a Now Muzik artiste and collaborator on the MVP Break the Silence single, Ms. Ransome-Kuti and EiE’s Yemi Adamolekun, among others.
Other partners on the Vote Not Fight, Election No Be War campaign include the Enough Is Enough (EIE) Coalition, Isa Wali Empowerment Initiative, Development Initiative For African Women, Hip TV, The Bridge Youth Development Foundation and One Life Initiative for Human Development.