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Democracy, good governance and corruption in Nigeria

Democracy, good governance and corruption in Nigeria

Nigerians tend to think that they have not been lucky with good leaders. That is, people who pilot the affairs of the nation at the three levels of government, lack good leadership qualities, therefore, they fall short in delivering the fruits of good leadership. The general feeling is that this set of people in government is clueless.
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Good Governance: Buhari’s integrity, passion not sufficient – Prof Anya

Good Governance: Buhari’s integrity, passion not sufficient – Prof Anya

Professor Anya O. Anya, 80, is primarily a biologist but he is at ease with politics, governance, law, economics and administration among others. The pioneer chairman of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group, a key player in the Vision 2010, Vision 20-2020 roadmaps and the 2014 National Conference was literarily shooting from his heaps in an interview with Vanguard last Wednesday in his Lekki, Lagos home. In no holds barred fashion, he gave reasons the Igbo must learn from the mistakes of the civil war, why Nigeria must tackle injustice in the country and why President Muhammadu Buhari must go the extra mile to give Nigerians good governance because integrity and passion alone are not sufficient.

Obiano: Good governance and willingness to deliver

Obiano: Good governance and willingness to deliver

Chief Willie Maduabuchukwu Obiano was born 59 years ago to the family of late Philip Onuorah Obiano in the historical town of Aguleri in Anambra State. Young Willie showed great promise in his early education. He was particularly remarkable at the Christ the King’s College, CKC, Onitsha, where he won the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Prize for Essay writing in 1974 and subsequently made good grades that earned him a place in the University of Lagos where he studied Accountancy.