Youth In Governace – The Reflection Of Nigerian Democratic Phase

Nigeria is now more than 20 years into its fourth effort at democracy – its longest single stretch of hard-won civilian rule since it gained independence in 1960. This laudable achievement has however been undercut by the still lacking social contract between state and society and a stark accountability gap that is yet to be addressed. Governing in such a complex and diverse context, while concurrently building democratic institutions and diversifying an economy is a significant challenge. But the failures of successive civilian governments to deliver on promises, improve livelihoods…

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