The term UDEME originates from the South-South and South-East parts of Nigeria which means “My Share”. It is a platform designed to hold the Nigerian government and lawmakers accountable for how funds released for capital projects are spent.

The aim of the platform is to educate citizens on what part of the budget is earmarked for developmental projects in their community and thus, empower them to track, investigate and report any form of corruption in the procurement process and implementation of capital projects in the past and present government budgets.


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