REVOLUTION

We can hold our leaders to account by using the Web

In 2010, people in some Arab nations through social media got powers to overthrow oppressive leaders

In Summary

• Social media has dominantly penetrated across borders posing negative and positive results to users.

• Students in colleges and universities should embrace the use of social media to build accountability in the administrations. 

A person surfs the Net
ACCESS TO INFORMATION: A person surfs the Net
Image: THE CONVERSATION

Since the invention of computer programming, the sharing of information has been simplified.

The use of social networks and technological networks of computers provides exactly what the user inquires. In 2010, some Arab nations, through social media, got powers to overthrow oppressive leaders.

The content that spread across the countries had a particular objective of addressing social evils. Borrowing a leaf from the activities and merits of the internet against poor leadership, students in colleges and universities should embrace the use of social media to build accountability in the administrations.

Currently, economic hardships and massive graft allegations are always on the dailies. We can use the Web to share relevant information to hold our leaders accountable.

 

Emuhaya constituency