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7/15/2016

Nigeria: Senate Summons Petroleum Minister Over Petrol Scarcity

Nigeria: Senate Summons Petroleum Minister Over Petrol Scarcity – The Senate yesterday summoned the Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, over the scarcity of petrol in the country. Kachikwu who is also the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is expected to appear before the committee on Petroleum (Downstream) today.

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People's Parliament

10/1/2014

Tunji Olaopa: Taking youth development to the next level

What is the nature of the youth strategy required to harness the youth in Nigeria? What is to be done is clear: We need youth development programmes and value proposition, as well as an execution framework, around which a paradigmatic value reorientation and platforms of engagement can be achieved

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People's Parliament

10/1/2014

Civil Service Must Move Beyond Bureaucracy Perm Sec

Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Communication Technology, Dr. Tunji Olaopa, has called for a change in the bureaucratic culture within the civil service to give a new logic of open government to the system.

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People's Parliament

4/5/2020

How will coronavirus change the world? – Comment and Analysis

Where will we be in six months, a year, 10 years from now? I lie awake at night wondering what the future holds for my loved ones. My vulnerable friends and relatives. I wonder what will happen to my job, even though I’m one of the lucky ones: I get good sick pay and can work remotely.

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People's Parliament

1/13/2020

Workshop on Sustainability and Social Innovation for Managers and Executives

3psmars International partners with Paris Graduate School, Friends of Nigeria (FoN) and We for Good to organize a a three-day Workshop on Sustainability and Social Innovation for Managers and Executives from private and public institutions in Nigeria

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People's Parliament

9/10/2019

Africa Unleashed? – investing and Innovating for the Sustainable Development Goals

Since their adoption in 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which form the content of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, have continued to affirm the hopes, and potentials they portend for international development

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People's Parliament

4/8/2019

To meet development goals, UN agriculture agency ‘cannot only focus on tackling hunger anymore’

With the aim of meeting Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2, to eradicate malnutrition, Executive Director José Graziano da Silva said in his opening address to a meeting of the FAO Council executive, that thinking only in terms of those suffering weight loss, was outdated: “There is a steady growth in the levels of overweight (people) and obesity all around the world”.

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People's Parliament

7/15/2016

New monetary policy pulls out N744bn from circulation

New monetary policy pulls out N744bn from circulation – Due to its new monetary policy drive the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, may be pulling out up to N1.0 trillion from circulation in the economy through the banking system in the first month of its new monetary policy.

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People's Parliament

10/1/2014

Support to Nigeria Malaria Programme (SuNMaP)

Support to Nigeria Malaria Programme (SuNMaP) – Health Partners International (HPI) is a partner in the consortium managing an exciting new programme of support to the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) in Nigeria, funded by the Department for International Development (DFID).

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People's Parliament

10/1/2014

Expanding Community Management of Malnutrition in Nigeria

Severe acute malnutrition (SAM), or extremely low weight-for-height, is estimated to affect 500,000-1,000,000 children under age five in Nigeria every year, contributing to as many as 100,000 deaths per year. Community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM), a proven intervention for treating SAM, has been launched in 11 northern states of Nigeria, but the treatment is estimated to cover only 15-25% of the national burden of SAM each year

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People's Parliament

10/1/2014

Knowledge management and development targets in Nigeria

Ajaikaiye and Olusola (2003) observed that the knowledge system of any progressive society performs a pivotal function in its development. However, they note that “in spite of this recognition, the attention given to Nigeria’s knowledge system has been weak and unstable, and has therefore affected its effectiveness and utilization.” Therefore, the challenge is for institutions and countries to determine and develop organizational practices, principles, guidelines, and approaches on how knowledge can be created, harnessed, shared, tracked, and distributed among government agencies, research communities, and the public (Riley, 2003).

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People's Parliament

10/1/2014

Why Do Reforms Fail? A Civil Service Reform Trajectory for Nigeria

Most of the rejoinders I received on the two serials preceding this one have demanded that I provide a trajectory of “how to do reform guide” that would be a logical conclusion to my historical analysis of the civil service in Nigeria and tribute to its founding patriarchs. This is not difficult since, one, I have written four books and published many articles on the reform ecology and praxis in Nigeria and beyond; and two, I have equally been involved in reform strategy/ programmes design and implementation in the last two decades. What follows therefore will serve as an effort at popularising some of the ideas and thoughts in my previous scholarly and administrative outputs on the idea of reforming the Nigerian civil service.

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