7 April 2021

Why Reforming The Educational Sector Alone Cannot Curtail Nigeria’s Out-of-school Children Rate

According to UNICEF, the rate of out-of-school children in Nigeria accounts for one-five of the world out-of-school and 45 per cent of the total out-of-school children […]
6 April 2021

Nigeria Now Has 10.3 million Out-of-school Children – FG

Despite making basic education free and compulsory, about 10.3 million children in Nigeria are still not in school. Our #DataOfTheWeek focuses on the rate of out-of-school […]
2 April 2021

Fiscal Sustainability Of States In Nigeria

Over time, poor fiscal planning and misplaced expenditure priorities have resulted in fiscal crises in many Nigerian states. This is evident in the lack of fiscal […]
1 April 2021

Impact of Public Debt on Nigeria’s Economic Development

One of the most significant objectives of microeconomic policy is to attain sustainable economic growth in the nation. This Is particularly among developing countries like Nigeria, […]
1 April 2021

YMonitor Issue 087: Software Heist

Unfolding, in the thrilling saga happening in Kogi, is the award-winning sequel to the now infamous Money Heist, with no known Professor. Tokyo is not the […]
1 April 2021

States With Highest and Lowest FG Allocation In 2020

#OnOurRadar today, we focus on the Federal Government allocations to states in 2020. States in South-south constitutes the highest federal government allocation in 2020, despite getting […]
31 March 2021

How Much Are Nigerian States Owing?

The nation’s rising debt profile is alarming, especially among state governments whose total Internally Generated Revenue is below their debt profiles, thus implying a sinking economy. […]
31 March 2021

Over N6trn received from 13% deprivation fails to impact lives in Oil-producing states

Rather than being used to improve residents’ conditions in the oil-producing communities, the 13 per cent derivation fund is being mismanaged, diverted and siphoned while the […]
30 March 2021

YMonitor Issue 086: Financial Sinkhole

The Badmouthers Association have gone gaga over the news that Nigeria’s Federal Government would part with a “tiny” sum of ₦1.5 Billion Dollars, approved for the […]