The people of the South-south Nigeria has emerged the lowest in the location of signatories for the Nigerians clamour for an open government and particularly the National Assembly (NASS), reports ITRealms.
This is coming as six (6) per cent of the indigenes appending their signature for an OpenNASS, while the North Western Nigeria scored top of the survey with 19 per cent.
ITRealms reports that the latest survey made available to correspondent by Enough-is-Enough group in Lagos, showed that among other regions within the six geographic political zone in Nigeria, the people of North West came top including Kaduna.
According to a recent signature collection on #OpenNASS, ITRealms gathered that details of the information from the signatures gathered showed that the South-South was followed the South-Eastern part of Nigeria by a margin of additional 1 per cent, hence scoring 7 in total.
The South-Western Nigeria came third with 9 per cent, North-East got 14 per cent, while North Central also known as Middle Belt region got 15 per cent, just as 30 per cent abstained from identifying their region.
Also in the use of language for signatories collected, the Hausa topped with some 45 per cent followed by the use of English which raked 29 per cent, Yoruba got 11 per cent, Igbo got 10 per cent and Pidgin was 5 per cent.
Further, ITRealms gathered that the gender of signatories showed that men still dominate when it comes to the online survey with 53 per cent, whereas female were 20 per cent, even as 27 per cent did not indicate their gender.
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