5 October 2016

Ymonitor Infographics: State and Federal government debt stock as at 30th June, 2016

  The Infographics below show graphical illustrations of Federal and state governments debt stock in Nigeria.
5 October 2016

Sale of National Assets: Who said what?

  Senator Bukola Saraki ( Senate President): “The executive must raise capital from asset sales and other sources to shore up foreign reserves. This will calm […]
4 October 2016

#Ymonitorpoll: Nigeria at 56

  In a poll we conducted to mark the 56th anniversary of Nigeria, most of our followers believe that things are not as bad as we think […]
4 October 2016

Sale of two Presidential jets: Questions we might never get answers to

by Ayo Opeoluwa The Federal government has ordered the sale of two presidential Jets in its fleet. This is probably a response to the various call […]
4 October 2016

2017 Budget: Buhari Forwards MTEF to National Assembly

by Ayo Opeoluwa President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday sent the 2017-2019 Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) and Fiscal Strategy Paper (FSP) to the National Assembly for […]
4 October 2016

Recession: National Assembly to send 8 passed bills for Presidential assent

by Usman Alabi The National Assembly has passed a total of 8 bills which would be presented to the President for his assent. The bills which […]
3 October 2016

Osun releases funds of N797 million to new LGs, LCDAs, Others

by Ayo Opeoluwa Osun state governor, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has approved the release of N797 million as take-off grant to the newly created Local Council Development […]
30 September 2016

Before we sell the National assets

YMonitor The controversial nature of this issue cannot be overemphasized as our political lexicology  has been saturated with the cliché of for or against the sale of […]
29 September 2016

Gender equality bill passed on to committee stage

  by Ayo Opeoluwa The Gender equality bill has been referred to the committee on judiciary, human rights and legal matters after scaling through the second […]