Proffesor Peter Lewis’ most recent book, Growing Apart: Politics and Economic Change in Indonesia and Nigeria is concerned with the institutional basis of economic development, drawing upon a comparative study. Peter knows a lot about Nigeria’s history and politics. #FixPolitics.
Professor Peter Lewis’ work focuses on economic reform and political transition in developing countries, with particular emphasis on governance and development in Sub-Saharan Africa. He has written extensively on democratic reform and political economy in Nigeria. #FixPolitics.
8. So, together with the legal, regulatory and other institutional reforms that Ajay stresses, unless there are reforms in political funding, these institutional weaknesses and poor state capacity will not be eradicated.
@funmioyatogun @fixpoliticsnig A minimum threshold of effective Public Governance that enables Citizens and Business is central to all prosperous societies. We’ve lacked that. The root is “a political culture that subordinates Collective Interest to Private Gain”. We must #FixPolitics for Good Governance.
Dear Mdme @obyezeks, I'm a 28 year old Nigerian who wants progress and justice. Nigeria is not working for me or anyone I know. Nigeria is actively abusive. Please, in what ways can people like me contribute to real change in 2023, irrespective of party alignment? Regards, F.
When the Citizens are ready, they will Design the Democracy and Governance system that best serves us. Nobody nor group of persons will #FixPolitics for our Citizens. It is the Citizens’ Duty to correct anomalies. When Citizens are ready, our Democracy will truly happen. ✍🏾
Will we ever know? And if we know, would it make any difference? Nigeria needs every one right now to #FixPolitics and push for institutional reforms such as #ElectoralReform to include internal democracy at party levels and stop the violence during elections. https://t.co/34A7vSjLIY