30 July 2022

Banditry: A raging menace threatening the sovereignty of Nigeria

Various issues have been plaguing the Northern part of the country. This includes widespread poverty, massive illiteracy rate, porous borders, and most importantly, banditry and insurgency. […]
25 July 2022

The loss of political ideologies in Nigerian politics 

A ubiquitous yet crass aspect of Nigerian politics is the incessant decamping of politicians to other political parties after or during the election period. For example, […]
8 July 2022

YMonitor sets to assess Local Government performance in Cross Rivers

Grassroots development plays a very significant role in the nation’s Advancement. In an attempt to Foster such development, YMonitor has launched another edition of its Local […]
1 July 2022

Vote Buying In Elections: A Growing Menace In Nigeria’s Electoral System

Certain elements are present in any election held in Nigeria: vote-buying, snatching of ballot boxes, electoral violence, among others. The Ekiti gubernatorial election bears testimony to […]
27 June 2022

The youth and Governance in Nigeria: Can there ever be a synergy?

Nigeria is currently in a situation where nothing functions in the country. Aside from the numerous problems that have riddled the country for decades (with nothing […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]