Jabari Cubane, the CEO of The Evening Wiki is passionate about ‘provoking accountability’. The Evening Wiki is the brainchild of Transparency, an organization situated with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham that aims to raise local residents’ voices in Barking, Redbridge, Havering, and Dagenham News.
But even more so, the organization has a project titled ‘The Transparency Project’; an ambitious investigative journalism movement that endeavors to uncover injustice in our world and illuminate it for all to see.
We reached out to Jabari for comment after seeing the waves his platform was making on social media.
“We are very much in the early stages of our development, and have achieved meaningful traction with very little effort at this time. Over the next few months we have plenty that we want to achieve and you will see it all unfold in front of you.
Transparency places the advocacy of our human rights, protection of our civil liberties, and empowerment of the powerless at the core of all that we do, and although many claim to do the same, it is a value I have personally instilled at every level of this corporation.
I am excited for everything henceforth and so is Hailey, a specialist investigative journalist I have witnessed achieve great things.
Our workforce and the people that represent us are all intensely passionate about positively changing our world. All of us have witnessed first-hand the detriment and subsequent ripples instigated by corruption and malpractice, when powerful organisations adopt toxic attitudes.
We place press as the avenue to cause correction in the modern world, and that is what we vow to do day in and day out.”
Jabari was not as forthcoming on what The Transparency Project has in store at the moment, but he did mention Ali Al-Haithan, Monese, and Brent’s Jolie Fortuna.