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Agora Policy: For Optimal Results, Nigeria Needs to Fortify Anticorruption Measures

Nigeria Limits Itself by Excluding Women and Youths, Says Agora Policy’s New Report

According to the report, while women and girls constitute about half of the population and citizens under 35 years account for at least seven in ten Nigerians, the capacities of women and youths for full actualisation are constrained by unequal access to power and resources as well as exclusionary norms, practices, laws and policies.

Nigeria needs a more holistic approach to overcome growing insecurity

To stand a fighting chance with overcoming widespread and growing insecurity within its borders, Nigeria must adopt a more holistic approach that simultaneously combines combatting security threats more effectively with addressing the root causes of conflicts and agitations in the country, Agora Policy, a Nigeria think tank, has advised.

Nigeria Needs Swift and Bold Economic Reforms, Says Agora Policy

Nigeria needs to undertake swift and audacious reforms to stop the rapid decline of its economy and the resultant negative impact on its citizens, a report released today by Agora Policy, an Abuja-based policy think tank, has advised.

Executive Summary

With a gross domestic product of $511 billion in 2021, Nigeria has the largest economy in Africa. However, the level of inclusive development is low: 40.09% of Nigerians are poor; the average years of education is 6.1 years;14.3% of the population have never attended school; 36.8% of children under 5 suffer from malnutrition

Executive Summary