Wadata Media & Advocacy Centre (WAMAC) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Nigeria, where advocacy meets impactful journalism, shaping a better future for our nation.
We push against corruption, and champion accountability and transparency across Nigeria, utilizing the major languages in the six geopolitical zones. WAMAC goes beyond surface-level reporting; we delve deep into crucial issues, particularly betrayals of public trust. Our commitment is unwavering as we persistently address these issues until tangible results are achieved, prompting action from the constituted authorities.
By leveraging the power of media and local languages, we strive to amplify marginalized voices, raise awareness on critical issues, and hold institutions accountable for the betterment of the society.
Together with our teams across all the zones, we have contributed to the change of policies and new laws; reversals of corrupt practices; and accountability for local and national politicians and public officials in Nigeria, through our programs.
We dig deep into important issues, such as betrayals of public trust — and we stick with those issues till we get results, and action taken by the constituted authorities.
Established with a passion for media excellence and social impact, WAMAC is a dynamic organization dedicated to shaping a better world through information, advocacy, and community empowerment.
It was founded to bridge the gap between information and transformation. We recognize the pivotal role of media in shaping public discourse and influencing societal norms. Our purpose is to harness the power of media to foster positive change, advocate for justice, and empower communities.
Our mission is persistent advocacy and media excellence in the fight against corruption and demand for accountability in Nigeria.
Our vision is to drive positive change and good governance in Nigeria and shape a future where the power of information is harnessed for the greater good of humanity, leading to sustained positive change and exemplary governance in Nigeria.
Our advocacy and radio programs have contributed to changes in policy and law at a local and national level in Nigeria and leads many corrupt practices brought to book.