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4 November 2020

Statutory Transfers in the proposed 2021 Budget

  A whopping sum of ₦128bn is apportioned to the National Assembly as part of the Statutory Transfer in the proposed budget for 2021. Accordingly, this […]
4 November 2020

Key Spending in the Education & Health Sector of the proposed 2021 Budget Review

#YMonitorSpotlight Proposed 2021 Budget review; Called, the Budget of Economic Recovery And Resilience. Presented October 8th, 2020 to the National Assembly. We take a keen look […]
4 November 2020

Nigerians are starving Nigerians; World Capital of Poverty – Dotun Famoriyo

The past four weeks in Nigeria has been particularly challenging for citizens of Nigeria, home and abroad. From Nigeria being 60 and still experiencing significant setbacks […]
2 November 2020

The FOIAct is a weapon for accountability

Secrecy is a cowardly government’s weapon of choice against public scrutiny. The contempt for the Freedom of Information Act is a sign that the foundations of […]
23 October 2020

YMonitor Issue 72: Viva La Resistance

Despite all feint passive-aggressive speech to quench it, Despite all the efforts of “forces beyond their control,” Despite all the ignorance & arrogance of even corrupted […]
23 October 2020

Your Vote Is Your Power

The Power of your Vote – The Power of Choice Nobody should take away your rights, that has been fought for: your right to vote, your […]
23 October 2020

Leadership & Accountability

To be accountable means to take responsibility for results, good or bad. It means finding solutions to problems & applying lessons learnt in order to improve […]
22 October 2020

#YMonitorArchives: What He Said

Digging deep into archives. Taking a page from this book. The Nigerian Youths brave & hardworking, as against contrary opinions took to the streets to demand […]
22 October 2020

The Silence is Deafening | 20-10-2020

The Silence is deafening. “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power” – Abraham Lincoln More […]
22 October 2020

20-10-20

20.10.2020 The Nation witnessed gross misuse of democratic power and privileges, a total neglect for human rights & lives. Men in military uniforms sworn to protect […]
25 August 2016

NHRC begins probe of Zamfara killings

The National Human Rights Commission has started investigating the killings of eight persons in Zamfara State on Monday over alleged blasphemy. The Executive Secretary of the […]
26 August 2016

Do you know what is in your state’s budget?

BudgIT Nigeria put out this infographic yesterday about the levels of transparency in the states, regarding their budgets. Only 6 of 36 states have published their […]
20 September 2016

A Nation in Recession

    Majority of the population have not witnessed recession before now, only on the pages of textbooks or news tabloid do they experience the concept, […]
15 October 2016

#chibokgirlstracker: What we know so far

Ajadi Daniel 21 of the abducted chibok girls were released by the Boko Haram group on Thursday after intense negotiation supervised by the Swiss government and […]
9 December 2016

What is wrong with the NYSC?

by Usman Alabi There is no doubting the fact that the National Youth Service Scheme has become a pain in the neck of Nigerians in recent […]
28 March 2017

Accounting for just one Dino: ABU and the usual shenanigans.

by YWriter Analysis An external observer would definitely find it difficult to understand how we survive in Nigeria in spite of our everyday challenges, Boko haram […]
8 May 2017

#Chibokgirlstracker: Release of 82 Chibok girls, the ends justifies the means.

by YWriter Analysis No one saw it coming –perhaps those involved did. But it is not an understatement to say that they chose the right time […]
16 August 2017

Are these ASUU’s demands difficult to Implement?

by Opeoluwa Quadri The 2009 agreement with the Federal government which is yet to be implemented by the FG still remain the fundamental reason for the […]
17 August 2017

Is it right to say ASUU has not gone on strike enough?

by YWriter The NLC said recently that the only language the federal government understands is strike. Yet if this is true, even ASUU has a case […]