11 October 2018

My Vote My Voice 1.0: Get your Voters’ Card

by YMonitor According to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), just 29,432,083 of the 67,422,005 registered voters turned out for the 2015 elections. This thus indicates […]
11 October 2018

YMonitor Cartoon: My Vote, My Voice 2.0, How to choose the right candidate

by YMonitor, The second series of My Vote, My Voice is a cartoon illustration of young people having a conversation on the best ways to choose […]
8 October 2018

The many challenges with Nigeria’s Ecological Funds and the way forward

by Usman Alabi Look around you as a citizen, especially those of us who are in erosion prone areas or places that have suffered from flooding […]
27 September 2018

YMONITOR DEBUTS #MYFIRSTVOTE ON RUBBIN’ MINDS TO GALVANISE NEW VOTERS FOR NIGERIAN ELECTIONS

YMonitor, The Future Project initiative to highlight crucial accountability and governance issues in Nigeria, on Sunday launched #MyFirstVote, a citizen participation project set up to galvanise new voters […]
12 September 2018

Respect for the office of the citizen takes centre stage at the OOTC Mid-Day dialogue

by Temidayo Sidiq The Office of the Citizen radio programme held today on Nigerian Info FM. The topic of discussion was Citizens and their Local Government. […]
4 September 2018

What the figures say about Osun state allocation, revenues and spending since 2015

by Opeoluwa Quadri Osun state received a total of N45bn from the FG as statutory allocation from June 2015 to July 2018 Between June and December […]
31 August 2018

Citizens narrate ordeals involved obtaining their PVCs [see video]

by Omoleye Omoruyi How long did it take you to get a voters card, did you had to come the next day to do your voters’ […]
28 August 2018

YMonitor Quarterly show: Apapa gridlock and the littering of tankers on major highways [Video]

There is congestion, that is why there is traffic, Now Lagos has two ports, the Apapa Port and the Tin can island port, but we have […]
23 August 2018

Satellite town: From residential pride to despicable slum

by Chinedu Brown From city to slum, Satellite town has become a shadow of what it use to be, a sordid relic of the past. A […]
16 August 2018

The ambitious light rail project, will Lagos get it right?

by Ajadi Daniel The Lagos light rail project is taking too long to come. Initiated in 2008, the project is supposed to address the transportation challenges […]