Plato’s Republic and the idea of reforming Nigeria
This is a philosophical reflection on Nigeria with Plato’s Republic as reference. I must apologize and indeed warn readers ahead, that the exposition on Plato’s Republic in this piece is quite extensive, almost the first half. For those who are familiar with my public commentary, it is no longer strange that I draw on Plato,…
Allison Ayida’s death and our Nigerianicism
Mr. Allison Akene Ayida, a foremost Nigerian “Renowned Sage, Quintessential Public Servant, Corporate Governance Connoisseur and Author” died October 11, 2018 after a grave illness....
African leaders urged to build strong institutions
Leaders of the Africa nations have been urged to build effective institutions as the only mean to rescue the continent from underdevelopment, poverty and stagnation.
Olaopa sets agenda for African leaders at Texas conference
African leaders have been advised to build effective institutions, as this is the only way to rescue the continent from underdevelopment, poverty and stagnation.
ISGPP boss, Olaopa to deliver keynote address at Texas Africa conference
Executive Vice-Chairman, Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP), Dr. Tunji Olaopa, would deliver the keynote address at the forthcoming 18th Africa Conference.
Institute tasks FG on sound economic policies
The Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP), Ibadan, has called on the Federal Government to take its economic growth plans seriously by implementing sound policies.
Civil service and the future of public administration - Part 2
The civil service commission has four-fold objectives: (a) To appoint qualified candidates to man the different Ministries/Extra-Ministerial Departments...
Mandarin: In search of the next generation public servant
Global administrative history is often located in the administrative events and occurrences in Europe and North America that have come to be a part of how we conceive of public administration in contemporary times.