OrderPaperToday- A Coalition of Civil Society leaders have commended the ConsTrack mobile application used to track constituency projects initiated by elected lawmakers.

The user-friendly mobile application was recently launched by OrderPaper Nigeria in order to promote engagement between citizens and their representatives on constituency projects in their local government areas.

The app is available for download on both Google Play Store and Apple Store.

Since its launch, several stakeholders have given the thumbs up sign to the initiative and the coalition is the latest on the list of endorsers.

The Civil society leaders include the Executive Director of the Media Rights Agency: Edetaen Ojo, the Director of the International Press Centre: Lanre Arogundade, the Convener of Corruption Anonymous: Chido Onumah, and the Convener of Take back Nigeria: Jaye Gaskia.

Here’s what they said while endorsing the ConTrack app:

The quest for a robust democratic culture, where media freedoms are respected, begins with the right to know and hold opinions. Our right to know and interrogate what our legislators do with constituency projects funds is not negotiable. That is why I ask you to engage the ConsTrack App now,” – Mr. Arogundade.

“I stand for development-oriented constituency representation which prioritizes the interest of the people and respects their right to information. I endorse the Cons Track App,” -Mr. Ojo.

Mr. Onumah and Mr. Gaskia expressed similar solidarity “for development-oriented constituency representation” as they endorsed the ConsTrack app.

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