Thursday, January 24, 2019
by Omoleye Omoruyi The state of public infrastructure in parts of Ogun state is nothing to write home about. Adjoining roads in Ifo LGA of Ogun state can best be described as DEATH TRAPS. YMonitor took a trip to some areas...
by Ajadi Daniel The project was flagged off in September last year, and it involves the reconstruction of a ten lane Oshodi International Airport Road. The governor promised to complete the project in 15 months. Work is ongoing on the...
By Chinedu Brown Seven north-eastern states have a total of N7.36bn unaccessed UBE funds. The north has the one of the lowest primary education statistics in Nigeria especially in terms of children with access to primary education as well as...
by Ajadi Daniel One would have expected that states with the highest federal allocation has the highest quality of standard of living as well as infrastructural development. This might not be the case in Nigeria, as most of the states...
by YWriter The Lagos state government has started the process of implementing its plan of moving the popular mile 12 market to another location entirely. The project is a N1,500,000,000 project according to the Lagos 2017 budget. The new location is at...
Ajadi Daniel YMonitor is currently running an open budget campaign. In our recent findings published on our website, 19 out of the 36 states of the federation have no history of open budget, in other words they have no history...
by Hameed Folorunsho The flyover project in Mokola, Abeokuta is still ongoing. The project has not seen any major improvement in the level of work done since the last time our reporter visited the site. Hence the project though ongoing,...
by Ajadi Daniel Ijagemo is one of the communities on the fringes of Lagos, and like most communities at the periphery of states in the country, they have no access to basic government infrastructures, they cannot boast of a two...
by Ajadi Daniel Analysis Even a lay man knows that this is a peculiar period in the country’s economic sojourn, not only because of the recession, but because there had never been a time since the inception of the Nigerian state...
by Opeoluwa Quadri The Lagos light rail project which started in 2008 and estimated to be completed in 2011 is yet to see the light of the day. It is an ambitious project that will increase the economic advantage of...

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