Nigeria At 58: A Citadel Of Electoral Misconduct 

Prior to her amalgamation, the Northern and Southern Protectorates of Nigeria were represented by traditional rulers and leaders to her colonial master Great Britain. In 1919, elective democracy was introduced by the then Governor-General Sir Fredrick Lugard when the Township Ordinance gave the right to vote for a limited slot of three seats in the… Read More Nigeria At 58: A Citadel Of Electoral Misconduct 

Nigeria At 57: An Entity of Tribalistic Nepotism and Democratic Falsism 

​ Nigeria is a country situated in the western part of Africa. Colonized by Britain in the 18th century, the country is home to approximately 180 million people of over 500 ethnic groups with diverse cultures and traditions. Prime among the ethnic groups are the Hausa tribe (primarily dominants of the Northern region), the Yoruba… Read More Nigeria At 57: An Entity of Tribalistic Nepotism and Democratic Falsism 

President Buhari set to launch Nigeria economic recovery, growth plan

President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to formally launch the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) 2017-2020 on Wednesday April 5. This was contained in a statement by the Presidential spokesman, Mr. Femi Adesina on Tuesday April 4. The ceremony would take place in the Council Chambers of the Presidential Villa, Abuja, at 11a.m. The statement… Read More President Buhari set to launch Nigeria economic recovery, growth plan

Sale of assets to generate $16.4billion for budget augmentation

The Federal Government plans to generate up to $16.4 billion through asset sales in the next four years to reduce the burden on the nation’s budget. A document obtained by Bloomberg from the Ministry of National Planning, which outlines the country’s plans for economic recovery from 2017 to 2020, revealed that the sales was to… Read More Sale of assets to generate $16.4billion for budget augmentation