11 May 2021

The Future Project to embark on Local Government Performance Report to assess delivery of public goods

To further reiterate its vision towards inspiring a generation of equipped leaders committed to social and economic development in Africa, The Future Project sets to launch […]
10 May 2021

Economic Cost of Insecurity In Nigeria

After sixty years of independence, Nigeria is still ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world. It is also ranked low in various socio-economic […]
7 May 2021

How Debt Servicing May Crowd Out Developmental Projects in Nigeria

Nigeria is classified as a highly indebted poor country (HIPC), and it is also the continent’s most indebted nation – according to the Center For Global […]
7 May 2021

Scams and Fallacies worth N39.5bn in the 2021 National Budget

The 2021 national budget comprises 19,036 capital projects, out of which 316 projects were duplicated within 74 federal agencies spread across 23 ministries with a cumulative […]
7 May 2021

YMonitor Issue 098: Bring Back Our Money

When it comes to stirring up another problem while the dust of one has not even settle, Nigeria bleeders in the guise of leaders never disappoint. […]
7 May 2021

YMonitor Issue 097: Beggar Street

Our States have gone broke again, and not even their monthly allowance can save them now. Indeed, most of them look like deep pockets, but there […]
6 May 2021

Is Nigeria’s ₦33 trillion debt Caused By Decreasing Revenue or Lavish Expenditures?

With the steady increase in the nation’s debt profile, we further analysed the significant causes of the increasing debt stock – either its decreasing revenue or […]
6 May 2021

NNPC revenue shortfall: Revisiting the dwindling performance of states’ Internally Generated Revenue

Towards the end of last month, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation alerted the federal and state governments to its dwindling contribution to the federation account owing […]
6 May 2021

Bill Seeking 111 Additional Legislative Seats: What Nigerians Need to Know

By Omidiji Olamilekan Qayum The Nigerian federal legislative arm currently operates on two chambers- the upper chamber, which comprises senators and the lower chamber, regarded as […]