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Ghanian Parliament Launches “Connecting Citizens to Parliament” Digital Platform

ACCRA (Ghana) – The Parliament of Ghana is today, launching the “Connecting Citizens to Parliament” www.assurances.gov.gh digital platform project in Accra. The project is to help Parliament’s Committee of Government Assurances (CGA) to undertake its mandate of monitoring all assurances and promises made by the executive arm of government. The project is in collaboration with […]

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Stop Inciting the Police – Nigeria’s IG Warns

ABUJA (Nigeria) – Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Suleiman Abba, has warned members of the public to stop inciting Junior Police Officers to disrespect their oath of office – he drew attention to the dangers inherent in Police officers disobeying superior orders and acting outside the code of conduct. A statement by Nigerian Police spokesperson, […]

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Nigeria: Victims of Post 2011 Election Violence Want Compensation

By Mohammed Ibrahim KADUNA (Nigeria) – Some victims of Nigeria’s post 2011 election violence – who are tenants – have frowned at the government’s compensation process, faulting the decision to exempt them from payments made to victims of the crisis in Kaduna state, northwest Nigeria. According to them, the decision to compensate only house owners […]

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Nigerian NGO Sets Up Conflict Resolution Committee

By Bello Adisa Aid Foundation, a Nigerian NGO has inaugurated a 25-man-committee, called Community Peace Partners in Northwest Nigeria to help mediate conflict in the region. The Committee has membership of umbrella bodies of Christian and Muslims religions – the Christian Association of Nigeria and Jama’atu Nasril Islam – others are Traditional rulers, representatives of […]

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Survey Ranks Kaduna Low On Governance And Service Delivery

By B. B. Adisa KADUNA (Nigeria) – People of Kaduna State, Northwest Nigeria have scored their government low in the area of governance and service delivery. This was the result of a survey sponsored by UK’s Department for International Development, (DFID) covering health, education, service delivery, infrastructure and security conducted in ten states of Nigeria. […]

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