Eta Uso

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Eta Uso

Eta Uso in Abuja, Nigeria
Born Eta Uso
Nigeria
Residence Abuja, Nigeria
Education Bangor University
Occupation Democracy Advocate, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Technology for Governance Consultant.
Website
etauso.com

Eta Uso (born 14 October) is a Nigerian who made his name in the technology scene as a writer and a solution provider. He is also well known in the non-profit society[1] as he is reputable for using his technology and media skills in sustaining advocacy for inclusion of women, youth and persons with disabilities (PWDs) in governance processes in Nigeria.[2]

Education

Eta Uso holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Electronics Engineering from Cross River University of Technology. He thereafter obtained a Master of Science degree in Computing and Internet Systems[3][4] from Bangor University, Wales, United Kingdom. In 2014, in the need to sharpen his new media skills, he obtained a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing from DM3 Institute in Abu Dhabi. In addition to his numerous educational qualifications, Eta is also Google For Work Certified, a Microsoft Certified Professional and a Cisco Certified Associate.

Advocacy Work

Eta has used his passion for writing and proficient skills in new-media to OpEd many political yet non-partisan articles[5][6][7] with the goal of fostering a more united and inclusive Nigeria.

Most recently, Eta has leveraged on the power of the internet to call attention to the need for the passage of the Not Too Young To Run Bill[8] in Nigeria. He has written for the 'Not Too Young To Run' campaign[9] and his views have been quoted in the press.[10] This 'youth inclusive' bill seeks to reduce the constitutional age requirement for running for elective office in Nigeria: from 40 years to 30 years for President of the Federal Republic; from 35 years to 30 years for State Governor; from 30 years to 25 years for Federal House of Representatives; and from 30 years to 25 years for State Assembly.

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References

  1. WatchingTheVote. "Members of CSOs Share Their Expectations For Edo Guber Elections". http://watchingthevote.org/members-of-csos-share-their-expectations-for-edo-guber-elections/. Retrieved 27 November 2016. 
  2. "Nigeria: The Birth of Millennial Leadership". Democracy Speaks. http://www.democracyspeaks.org/blog/nigeria-birth-millennial-leadership. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  3. "Top marks for Nigerian student". https://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentlife/studentnews/top-marks-for-nigerian-student-19587. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  4. "Bangor International Magazine". Bangor University Press. https://issuu.com/bangoruniversity/docs/bangor_international_august_2014/1. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  5. "Opinion: #BringBackOurGirls – What Senator Oluremi Tinubu Needs To Understand". The Trent Online. http://www.thetrentonline.com/eta-uso-bringbackourgirls-senator-oluremi-tinubu-needs-understand/. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  6. "Ordinary Nigerians Are Just As Corrupt As The Government They Criticise Daily". http://www.ekekeee.com/eta-uso-ordinary-nigerians-just-corrupt-government-criticise-daily/. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  7. "We Woke Up And Nigeria Was Broke". http://saharareporters.com/2010/11/11/we-woke-and-nigeria-was-broke. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  8. "Nigeria: The Birth of Millennial Leadership". Democracy Speaks. http://www.democracyspeaks.org/blog/nigeria-birth-millennial-leadership. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  9. NotTooYoungToRun. "Youth Inclusion Panacea To Violent Extremism". http://yiaga.org/nottooyoungtorun/youth-inclusion-panacea-to-violent-extremism/. Retrieved 13 December 2016. 
  10. "Bill to reduce age bracket for political office seekers pass second reading". Vanguard Newspaper. http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/11/bill-reduce-age-bracket-political-office-seekers-hit-nass/. Retrieved 28 November 2016.