Olamilekan Omidiji

6 May 2021

Bill Seeking 111 Additional Legislative Seats: What Nigerians Need to Know

By Omidiji Olamilekan Qayum The Nigerian federal legislative arm currently operates on two chambers- the upper chamber, which comprises senators and the lower chamber, regarded as […]
30 April 2021

Freedom of Information Act and the Challenge of State Domestication in Nigeria

By Omidiji Olamilekan and Lilian Efobi Freedom of information refers to citizens’ right to access public records or information. It is a constitutional entrenchment that gives […]
30 April 2021

Good Governance Index: Lingering Questions On The Deteriorating Governance In Nigeria

Nigeria’s poor socio-economic performance, human rights abuses, widespread poverty, insecurity, and corruption have not been unnoticed. Little wonder why the recent Global Governance Index ranked Nigeria […]
30 April 2021

How State Governments Cheat Oil-producing Communities In the Use of 13% Derivation Fund

Despite their economic and geostrategic significance, oil-producing communities in Nigeria often suffer from lack of development and other environmental challenges. 13% of the federal allocation was […]
28 April 2021

Examining the Immediate and Proximate Causes of Growing Insecurity In Nigeria

 Nigeria currently faces an array of security challenges, from Boko Haram attacks to banditry and kidnapping. These security threats have witnessed an incredible surge in recent […]
27 April 2021

Factors Affecting Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Considering the enormous human and material resources at the government’s disposal since independence in 1960, with the seemingly minimal growth of the nation’s economic, social and […]
27 April 2021

States With Highest IGR Growth In 2020

Internally Generated Revenue for State governments refers to revenues that are derived within the state from various sources such as taxes (pay as you earn, direct […]
27 April 2021

Most Productive Region In 2020 – By IGR

The economic development and sustainability of states in Nigeria depend on the ability of such states to generate revenue internally to supplement the revenue allocation from […]
27 April 2021

YMonitor Issue 096: SAPA’S INVITE

For a long time now, Nigeria has been dancing at the edge of a cliff, running a risk of falling off to the valley of economic […]