24 May 2021

Increasing National Security Budget in the Last Five Years

Despite the abrupt increase in defence spending annually, the level of insecurity in Nigeria has worsened. This brings the question of whether the funds budgeted for […]
7 May 2021

How Debt Servicing May Crowd Out Developmental Projects in Nigeria

Nigeria is classified as a highly indebted poor country (HIPC), and it is also the continent’s most indebted nation – according to the Center For Global […]
7 May 2021

Scams and Fallacies worth N39.5bn in the 2021 National Budget

The 2021 national budget comprises 19,036 capital projects, out of which 316 projects were duplicated within 74 federal agencies spread across 23 ministries with a cumulative […]
6 May 2021

Is Nigeria’s ₦33 trillion debt Caused By Decreasing Revenue or Lavish Expenditures?

With the steady increase in the nation’s debt profile, we further analysed the significant causes of the increasing debt stock – either its decreasing revenue or […]
19 March 2021

High Cost of Governance: What is There to Know?

It is indeed worrying that despite the “not-so-good” state of things in Nigeria and the numerous plights that need to be attended to with a fraction […]
4 November 2020

Key Spending in the Education & Health Sector of the proposed 2021 Budget Review

#YMonitorSpotlight Proposed 2021 Budget review; Called, the Budget of Economic Recovery And Resilience. Presented October 8th, 2020 to the National Assembly. We take a keen look […]
6 December 2019

Issue 034: Covert Affairs

    If you want to experience an A1 in secrecy try meeting a Nigerian who’s about to travel abroad. They will converse with you, laugh […]
30 May 2017

#TFPOpenGov: Budgets are not even padded, they are inflated–Peter Obi

by Chinedu Brown
3 May 2017

Budget tracker: 2017 budget and the shenanigans of budget delay

by Ajadi Daniel Analysis Almost five months after the presentation of the 2017 budget by President Buhari to the National Assembly, the budget is yet to […]