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BudgIT Nigeria
Nigeria's civic tech organisation, raising the standards of transparency, citizen engagement & accountability most especially in public finance. .
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'Bosun Tijani 9h
Onto exciting news - we’ve signed the today to kickstart an Centre of Excellence at the Tai Solarin University of Education. Working closely with , we’ll push to not only encourage students to create but also research smart application of tech in Education.
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Proshare Nigeria 13h
"After all is said and done, elections season of not, the only way to end poverty is through increased productivity and growth" - Response to: - 9 Ways Nigeria Should Address Poverty - By via
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Planning & Budget Commission. 10h
The latest subnational Doing Business Report is out!!! Kaduna scored the highest (65.97) out of an average of 4 indicators. We are ranked number 1 in registering property and enforcing contracts and 5th in starting a business. Kudos 👌.
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Hamzat B. Lawal {Etim} (Hamzy!) 🇳🇬 10h
Replying to @GabsynGreat @BudgITng
I feel honoured connecting with my friend and partner doing great work w/ Excited to share our work collaborating with partners using Data to tell grassroots stories
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Gabriel Okeowo 10h
It's nice to share stage with at to discuss if following the money has led to improved transparency and accountability.
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TAI 11h
How can donors assist in strengthening the anti-corruption ecosystem? Is encouraging grantees to share information, learnings, stories about their work & its impact enough? Check out the bigger picture from our brief
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BudgIT Nigeria 11h
Replying to @BudgITng
Finally, we ADVISE FG to increase its commitments in policy impact and actions by improving efforts on progressive spending, taxation, and workers’ pay and protection as a matter of urgency in order to move more Nigerians out of the poverty line.
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BudgIT Nigeria 11h
Replying to @BudgITng
TAXATION POLICIES and MINIMUM WAGE has remained stagnated since 2011. Labour rights have consistently been abused. Nigeria remains SEVEN of the world's most UNEQUAL country in AFRICA. We need to
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BudgIT Nigeria 12h
Replying to @BudgITng
Oxfam's report has shown the UNEQUAL distribution of WEALTH in the turn of the CENTURY. Only 1% of the global population receives a 50% increase in global wealth.
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BudgIT Nigeria 12h
Replying to @BillGates
The Chart looks at the daily struggle of an average Nigerian. As rightly said, "Nigeria is the most dangerous place to give birth".
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BudgIT Nigeria 12h
Replying to @BudgITng
As seen in the index, the scale of economic inequality has reached extreme levels as evidenced in the daily struggles of the majority of the population and as well with the recent report that Nigeria recently overtook India as the “POVERTY CAPITAL OF THE WORLD”.
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Faleye Adedolapo Usman 14h
Mr Hammed, Representative of . , Project - presenting tools and platforms for citizen’s to monitor the Federal, State and Local Government Capital project for quality service delivery.
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BudgIT Nigeria 14h
We looked at the INEQUALITY INDEX of Nigeria and its commitment to reduce it in the past year. Do you know Nigeria is number 157 out of 157 countries who committed to reducing INEQUALITY? THREAD!!!
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BudgIT Nigeria 14h
Replying to @AsoRock
TWO YEARS consecutively! we are appearing at 157 out of all the countries! Can do something about this? We need to increase INVESTMENT in HEALTH, EDUCATION and SOCIAL PROTECTION to rank better!
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BudgIT Nigeria 14h
We looked at the INEQUALITY INDEX of Nigeria and its commitment to reduce it in the past year. Do you know Nigeria is number 157 out of 157 countries who committed to reducing INEQUALITY? THREAD!!!
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Tracka.ng 15h
Tracka team sensitised students of Ekpese College in Lampese, Akoko Edo LGA, Edo State. We enlightened students on 2018 FG constituency projects in their community. We are taking civic education to the grassroots. Public funds must work for the people.
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Tracka.ng 16h
Tracka team sensitised residents of Ugbeghegba compound in Otuo town, Owan East LGA, Edo State. We enlightened indigenes on 2018 FG constituency projects in their community. We are taking civic education to the grassroots. Public funds must work for the people.
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Tracka.ng 17h
Tracka team held town hall meeting with elders of the Sarki Pawa community in Munya LGA, Niger State. We enlightened indigenes on 2018 FG constituency projects in their community. We are taking civic education to the grassroots. Public funds must work for the people.
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Tracka.ng 19h
Tracka team held town hall meeting with residents of Onipere Ekiti in Ekiti State. We enlightened indigenes on 2018 FG constituency projects in their community. We are taking civic education to the grassroots. Public funds must work for the people.
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ICIR Oct 17
REPORT: After receiving N34m, Buhari's economic adviser fails to provide research study |
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