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Opinion

Evaluating the Framework for Measuring Public Sector Service Delivery, By Umar G. Danbatta

It is pertinent to note that the essential requirement to create better public service is the leadership commitment with the support of decision makers in relation to the allocation and utilisation of resources in order to improve the quality of public service. The quality of service delivery in the public…
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Role of Social Media In the Social, Economic and Political Development of Nigeria, By Umar Danbatta

...although NCC adopts technology-neutrality regime in its role, and will therefore not regulate social media use of apps also referred as OTTs, we nevertheless use our moral authority to request that Nigerians take advantage of the social media platforms to exchange information and participate in the political, social and economic…
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Nigeria’s Communication Governance of Indifference, By Tunde Akanni

The conspicuous absence of Nigerian scholars from IGF 2016 and even that of 2015, which held in Joao Pessoa, Brazil, brings up the issue of the complete indifference or mutual exclusivity that had characterised the relationship between the Ministry of Communication (NCC) and the nation’s universities and polytechnics over the…
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North-East Governors Should Sue MTN For N500bn, By Odilim Enwegbara

Whatever made those government negotiators to have accepted 32 percent, that should be made public at a joint Senate-House hearing where these negotiators should be drilled to tell Nigerians why their actions should not be seen to have short-changed Nigeria. It's after hearing at the National Assembly that the country’s…
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Limits to National Assembly’s Investigative Powers Under the Constitution, By Jiti Ogunye

Sadly since 1999, the National Assembly has continued to violate the principle of separation of powers embedded in the Constitution in the name of conducting investigations, though its committees, under Section 88 and 89 of the Constitution, and in pretence that it is committed to exposing or combating corruption in…
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Preparing for Post-2020 Nigeria of Global Economic Stature, By Roberts Orya

Years of inadequate policy and governance have only delayed the transformation of Nigeria into a global, top-ranked economy. But this transformation is inevitable, given the consumption capacity of our large population and our human and resource endowments. From all indications, we are getting closer to the inflection point of this…
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Opinion

Business In Africa And The Africapitalism Way – A Reply To The Economist, By Kenneth Amaeshi

Africa is rising. And as it rises, its business environment will become more sophisticated. The recent corporate fines in the Nigerian market, if sustained, are rather symbolic. As the biggest economy in Africa, it signals to the world that Africa is ready and open for responsible business. The era of…
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