Olamilekan Omidiji

1 October 2022

To the Nigerians liberated and unliberated, Happy Independence Day

By Salmon Adedapo It is that time of the year when the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and his cabinet gather at Eagle Square […]
26 September 2022

Kwarans decry poor administration across Local Governments

The residents of Kwara State have decried the performance of local government administrations in dissatisfaction with the state of governance at the grassroots. This was made […]
23 September 2022

How Nigerian Oil Thieves Cost Nigeria $700 million Monthly

By Salmon Adedapo The Nation was shaken when NNPCL Group Managing Director Mele Kyari declared during a state briefing last week that the company lost 700 […]
19 September 2022

YMonitor Publishes Report on Local Government Performance in Kwara State

Many Nigerians are unaware of their Local Government officials and what they do. When it comes to accountability, Nigerians tend to gloss over the role of […]
16 September 2022

Why INEC Must Gain the Trust of the People for 2023 Election

By Adedapo Salmon In the early hours of Thursday, September 15, 2022, Nigerians saw allegations that their country’s electoral body was compromised. It is not the […]
9 September 2022

YMonitor’s Olamilekan Omidiji nominated for BudgiT Active Citizens Awards

BudgIT, a civic organization that applies technology to intersect citizen engagement with institutional improvement to facilitate societal change, has nominated YMonitor Team Lead, Olamilekan Qayum Omidiji […]
6 September 2022

How Indebted are State Governments to their Workers? {Infographics}

State governments are expected to be the most protective of their workers; however, they are the biggest culprits of unpaid salaries to civil servants. In today’s […]
30 August 2022

YMonitor: Cross River residents score LGs low in performance survey

…call for better local governance Residents of Cross River State have expressed dissatisfaction with the state’s local government administrations, scoring the administrators low in social, economic, […]
24 August 2022

530 Students Per Teacher: The Gradual Collapse of Education in Yobe State

By Usman Adamu Muhammad and Ishau Muhamad Yusuf Yobe state has been one of the Northeastern states seriously affected by the Boko-Haram insurgency for more than […]