Why agitation for secession persists, by DAWN Commission
The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, at the weekend, said the agitation for secession and separation in Nigeria as a result of the wonky structure of the country.
Commission warns against setting South-West on fire
The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission has warned against pushing Nigeria into precipice, saying no country survives two civil wars.
Does Southwest need federal development commission?
Let me state from the outset that the specific objective of this article is to engage the power elite in Western Nigeria, the most developed region in Nigeria, on why they do not need a federal Development Commission at this time to develop their region.
Oyeleye: Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution hampers regional intergration, development
As you rightly said, Western Nigeria used to be a single entity up until 1966 and 1967, when the decadence started.
COVID-19: Commission warns against neglecting poor students in digital education
The Director General, Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) commission, Mr. Seye Oyeleye, has warned against exclusion of indigent children...
South West leaders, monarchs task IGP on security, back community policing
Governors of the South West region, traditional rulers and opinion leaders in the zone yesterday charged the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Muhammed Adamu, to do more in providing adequate security in the country.
Yoruba: Time to speak truth to power - Part 2
As I was saying, since Western Nigeria is generally believed to be the arrowhead of advocacy for practice of true federalism, the zone should have some brand ambassadors of restructuring. For instance, Lagos has been a leading light, in this connection, from the way it has been making some laws setting up agencies that have…
Requiem for Dipo Famakinwa
The death of Dipo Famakinwa is a very sad one. I have known the Director General of Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) for a few years now and I have come to respect not only his maturity...
16 leading organizations changing the lives of Nigerian women and girls
Certain institutional, religious and cultural nuances continue to impede and stagnate the holistic growth, development and transformation of women and girls in Nigeria.