About ManifesTrack
ManifesTrack is an accountability project designed to assess the commitment of Nigeria’s president to the campaign promises made during the course of the 2019 presidential election. The project is tracking and creating public engagement on five (5) thematic areas: Infrastructure, Social Investment, Job Creation, Education and Health.
A project of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Open-Minds Young-Voices Network.
ManifesTrack is an accountability project designed to assess the commitment of Nigeria’s president to the campaign promises made during the course of the 2019 presidential election. The project is tracking and creating public engagement on five (5) thematic areas: Infrastructure, Social Investment, Job Creation, Education and Health.
We critically assess the President on his electoral promises (Manifesto) to Nigerians
ManifesTrack is an accountability project designed to assess the commitment of Nigeria’s president to the campaign promises made during the course of the 2019 presidential election. The project is tracking and creating public engagement on five (5) thematic areas: Infrastructure, Social Investment, Job Creation, Education and Health.
A Problem Worth Solving
  • In Nigeria, campaign promises are merely a means to an end and many a promise is jettisoned after success at the polls. Whilst voters are bound to forgive or forget some of the promises made to them before elections, some promises are so vital that breaking them should not be easily forgivable.
Our Unique Solution
  • It is our mission to sift through cheap politicking and hold our elected president to his promises to Nigerians. We will use this project to monitor and track the campaign promises of presidential aspirants and then the president-elect leveraging on technology and social media to simplify their manifesto and sensitize the general public to ask questions and demand transparency.
What we are doing

Who we are

The Open Minds Young Voices (OMYV) is the Youth Activists Programme of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Nigeria Office. We are a Network of young, motivated and proactive Nigerians from all sectors of the society especially trade unions, civil society organizations, research institutions, educational institutions and the media – advocating for social justice, good governance, democratic
and pluralistic political culture, and a more peaceful Nigeria.
Education
Education is the life of a nation and it is the key to unlocking big change. Education plays a big role in a nation’s productivity and growth.
Social Investment
About 40 percent of the total population of Nigeria, or almost 83 million people, live below the country’s poverty line.
Job Creation
Unemployment is an age-long issue in Nigeria. People need to work so that they can be able to meet their needs and contribute to national productivity.
Infrastructure
Have you ever wondered why some countries are more advanced than others?
Health
The foundation for sustainable economic growth is qualitative, accessible and affordable healthcare.