Continental peer review confirms Nigeria’s readiness for self-assessment
The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) has confirmed Nigeria’s readiness for self-assessment in the second phase of the exercise.
A member of the panel, Ambassador Mona Omar Attia, stated this during a two-day sensitisation session on sharing experiences for the conduct of the second review on the country.
She said the Federal Governments’ commitment and seriousness of participants during the programme had shown that the most populous nation was set for appraisal.
In a statement yesterday in Abuja by the media aide to the organisation, Abolade Ogundimu, said President Muhammadu Buhari had also expressed commitment to the exercise.
Also speaking, chairperson of the APRM, Khayar Oumar Dafallah, urged participants to shun vices that are antithetical to development.