22 May 2023

Beyond the Power Struggle: Why a Strong Opposition Party is Crucial for Nigeria’s Democracy

The 2023 elections marked a turning point in Nigeria’s opposition politics as a potent third force emerged. Peter Obi of the Labour Party became the first […]
21 December 2022

Citizen Vigilance Report: How Political Rallies on Highway Affect Other Citizens’ Rights

Most Nigerians are all too familiar with this circumstance. Once more, you’re stuck in a snarl of highway traffic. There are numerous idle vehicles all around […]
3 November 2022

33 Nigerian States Flooded: Where Did the Ecological Funds Go?

Do you know that a certain per cent of the national budget is allocated to environmental and natural disasters like flooding? With 33 states flooded, questions […]
3 November 2022

Future Project Launches the 2022 Nigerian Symposium for Young and Emerging Leaders Whitepaper

The Future Project, through its YMonitor Accountability Project, has published the whitepaper for its 2022 edition of the Nigerian Symposium for Young and Emerging Leaders. The […]
9 August 2022

The inherent corruption in Constituency Projects in Nigeria

Since the transition to democratic government in 1999, trillions of public funds have been allocated to Constituency Projects as recommended by Lawmakers in the legislative arm […]
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, […]