SERAP: Attainment of meaningful economic development impossible with current governance structure
Deputy Director, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), Kolawole Oluwadare, in this interaction with ENO-ABASI SUNDAY, said no meaningful economic development
Huge cost of governance stimulating nation’s drift towards bankruptcy
Except strategic intervention occurs, Nigeria may be heading to bankruptcy as a result of the huge cost of governance. Consider the strain exerted on the country’s finances by simply settling the bills
Restructuring and Buhari’s troubling tokenism
One of the many fascinating elements of a federal system which endears itself to the proponents of that governance ideal is the idea that its government
Okowa tasks public servants on good governance, leadership
Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday in Asaba, urged political office holders to be guided at all time by good governance and leadership principles.
Citizens’ engagement key to good governance, says AbdulRazaq
Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has said that citizens’ aspirations would always drive the budget process under his administration
Stakeholders urge FG to dump VAT increase, reduce cost of governance
The Periscope’s All Professionals After Work Hangout has advised the Federal Government to shelve the planned increase of Value Added Tax (VAT) from the current 5 per cent to 7.5 per cent.
Peril of high cost of governance
The high cost of governance in Nigeria which has become a very disturbing phenomenon, and has been widely acknowledged by many both within and outside the corridors of power is engaging our attention again for one inescapable reason
Engineers lament neglect, seek greater role in governance
Buoyed by infrastructural challenges in the country, engineers have called for more roles in governance to address the problem. They reasoned that engaging more engineers in the nation’s political space...
House of Reps decries low participation of women in governance
The House of Representatives has decried the low participation of women in governance in the country. Chairman of the House Committee on Women in Parliament, Mrs. Taiwo Oluga, during the inaugural meeting of the committee, noted that it was unfortunate that only 11 women were elected in the National Assembly.