11 October 2018

My Vote My Voice 1.0: Get your Voters’ Card

by YMonitor According to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), just 29,432,083 of the 67,422,005 registered voters turned out for the 2015 elections. This thus indicates […]
11 October 2018

YMonitor Cartoon: My Vote, My Voice 2.0, How to choose the right candidate

by YMonitor, The second series of My Vote, My Voice is a cartoon illustration of young people having a conversation on the best ways to choose […]
8 October 2018

The many challenges with Nigeria’s Ecological Funds and the way forward

by Usman Alabi Look around you as a citizen, especially those of us who are in erosion prone areas or places that have suffered from flooding […]
27 September 2018

YMONITOR DEBUTS #MYFIRSTVOTE ON RUBBIN’ MINDS TO GALVANISE NEW VOTERS FOR NIGERIAN ELECTIONS

YMonitor, The Future Project initiative to highlight crucial accountability and governance issues in Nigeria, on Sunday launched #MyFirstVote, a citizen participation project set up to galvanise new voters […]
12 September 2018

Respect for the office of the citizen takes centre stage at the OOTC Mid-Day dialogue

by Temidayo Sidiq The Office of the Citizen radio programme held today on Nigerian Info FM. The topic of discussion was Citizens and their Local Government. […]
4 September 2018

What the figures say about Osun state allocation, revenues and spending since 2015

by Opeoluwa Quadri Osun state received a total of N45bn from the FG as statutory allocation from June 2015 to July 2018 Between June and December […]
31 August 2018

Citizens narrate ordeals involved obtaining their PVCs [see video]

by Omoleye Omoruyi How long did it take you to get a voters card, did you had to come the next day to do your voters’ […]
28 August 2018

YMonitor Quarterly show: Apapa gridlock and the littering of tankers on major highways [Video]

There is congestion, that is why there is traffic, Now Lagos has two ports, the Apapa Port and the Tin can island port, but we have […]
23 August 2018

Satellite town: From residential pride to despicable slum

by Chinedu Brown From city to slum, Satellite town has become a shadow of what it use to be, a sordid relic of the past. A […]