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3 Aug
Nigerian Civic Space Protection Alliance (NCSPA) has condemned the imprisonment of Inibehe Effiong by the Chief Judge of Akwa Ibom State, Justice Ekaette Obot.
13 Nov 2020
Niger Delta Budget Monitoring Group (NDEBUMOG) has urged the government to stop the use of consultants to collect taxes, to block leakages and boost revenue accruable to states and local governments for effective service delivery.
13 Oct 2019
For any development to make appropriate impact, the catchment group must play critical roles in its processes. Some have argued that when women and children are active participants...
13 Nov 2017
The Executive Director of Niger Delta Budget Monitoring Group, Dr. George-Hill Anthony, who spoke at a policy dialogue meeting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, which was rounded off at the weekend, said that the operations of artisanal refineries are threats to the aviation sector if not checkmated.  
21 Sep 2017
The Chief Executive Officer, Niger Delta Budget Monitoring Group, Dr. George-Hill Anthony, urged the participants to use the knowledge gained from the workshop to influence and hold political representatives accountable for the development of their communities.

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