Author: Nwachukwu Ani Agwu

Nwachukwu Ani AgwuJanuary 21, 2019

Why should governments open up their data?

Running 21st century governments by the “old rules” is reinforcing information asymmetry, inefficiency in public service, inequality and ultimately poverty. ...

Nwachukwu Ani AgwuNovember 26, 2018

Decades of corruption have held Nigeria back – it’s time for change

With the wisdom of hindsight, Nigeria has had a checkered political and economic history. And as put forward by Dr ...

Nwachukwu Ani AgwuSeptember 22, 2018

#NotTooYoungToRun: The cacophony of youth inclusion in Nigerian politics

The Global Goals are built on the success of the Millennium Development Goals’ endeavour to exterminate all forms of poverty. ...

Nwachukwu Ani AgwuSeptember 6, 2018

Nigeria as a Black Box: Who is afraid of Public Sector Reforms and Open Government?

by Nwachukwu Ani Agwu The twentieth century was the most remarkable in human history in terms of technological advancement such as ...

Nwachukwu Ani AgwuAugust 18, 2018

Opinion: Police restructuring – A letter to the president

Your Excellency, as you know, the world didn’t start from order; it started from anarchy. The default state of human ...

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