NEC’s setting up of State-based Judicial Panels of Inquiry on rights violations by Police, propitious, but belated

NEC’s Setting Up Of State-based Judicial Panels Of Inquiry On Rights Violations By Police, Propitious, But Belated

National Economic Council’s recent directive to establish of State-based Judicial Panels of Inquiry nationwide to investigate complaints of Police brutality or related extra-judicial killings is propitious, but a tad belated. It is a default policy option. For years human right…

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Between the Jeffersonian and Hamiltonian Visions of Nigeria’s Development, By Ejeviome Otobo & Oseloka H. Obaze

Between The Jeffersonian And Hamiltonian Visions Of Nigeria’s Development, By Ejeviome Otobo & Oseloka H. Obaze

The herders-farmers conflict Nigeria remains a thorny issue. The death, destruction and displacement arising from the conflict have been incremental, and have extended beyond the Middle-Belt region into various Nigerian communities. Besides, killings by herdsmen have assumed a sectarian nature,…

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ANIDS: An Optimal Governance Model

ANIDS: An Optimal Governance Model

“This study concludes that adaptive and good leadership, credibility of policy and a seamless implementation of policies, programmes and projects in a transparent manner, made all the difference, while ANIDS provided institutional architecture and implementation modalities.” https://www.academia.edu/43326432/ANIDS_An_Optimal_Governance_Model

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Dearth of Dissent and Treason to Constitution – Oseloka H. Obaze

Dearth Of Dissent And Treason To Constitution – Oseloka H. Obaze

Legal, political and social dissents are part of the grounding principles of functional democracies. Hence, the dearth of dissent anywhere marks the birthing of subliminal and irreverent revolution. And so it is with Nigeria. By definition “dissent refers to having…

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