Olamilekan Omidiji

19 May 2022

YMonitor launches policy analysis on Nigeria Youth Employment Action Plan

We’re excited to announce the launch of our policy analysis on the Nigerian Youth Employment Action Plan (NIYEAP). NIYEAP was initiated to address the alarming challenge […]
18 May 2022

White Elephants, Abandoned Projects and Development Issues in Nigeria

It is often noted that Nigeria is the “Giant of Africa”, but it also requires no oracle to realise that that the Giant of old only […]
13 May 2022

YMonitor Quarterly Show: Continuous Voter Registration Challenges and Diaspora Voting

The YMonitor Quarterly Show for this quarter examined issues around the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) by the Independent National Electoral Commission and diaspora voting. In June […]
10 May 2022

Citizen Vigilance Report: Port Harcourt is becoming a haven for indiscriminate dumping of refuse

Port Harcourt, Nigeria’s 5th largest urban area and economically significant centre of the nation’s crude oil, has now joined the race for dirtiness.     Since the […]
6 May 2022

Major Abandoned Projects in Nigeria

In August 2021, the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors estimated over 56,000 abandoned and uncompleted projects in Nigeria at N12 trillion. In today’s #YMonitorSpotlight, we spotlight […]
4 May 2022

2023 Elections: Your Vote, Your Voice

Come 2023, Nigerians go to the polls to determine not just those who would be at the helms of their collective affairs but also set in […]
4 May 2022

The Future Project Africa launches My Vote My Voice campaign, to train 600 youths on social advocacy

The Future Project has launched the 2nd edition of its three (3) part voter education campaign series to encourage political participation among young Nigerians through PVC […]
20 April 2022

Of Nigerian Government and Protection Mandate

To escape the Hobbesian state of nature, where life was solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short, man had to replace his irrational self with a reasonable […]
14 April 2022

Chibok: Remembering Our Forgotten, Forsaken Girls

The tragic occurrence of April 14, 2014, where 276 schoolgirls of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, were whisked away by Boko Haram insurgents, has made an […]