As Nigeria is currently preparing for the 2023 election a lot of questions are been asked as to what impact that will make on the lives of the Nigerian people. In 2022, there is still no better alternative to democracy, but how do we make it work for the people? How do we make democratic governance work in Nigeria? These are what we are going to be talking about in today’s episode of Obehi podcast. Claim Your List Of 10 African Books To Read.
Some Key Points In This Episode
- What do people need to know about Election and democratic governance in Nigeria?
- Role of the youth in good governance in Nigeria.
- Recommended solutions on how to archive a people-oriented democracy in Nigeria.
The Full Interview With Adedoyin Omolara
About The Guest: Adedoyin Omolara
Adedoyin Omolara is a practitioner in Security Sector Reforms and Governance and Social Policy. She holds a master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Ibadan with a strong Research interest in Conflict Analysis, Democratic Governance, and Peace studies.
A Student Associate member of the Society for Peace Studies and Practices and also a member of the Institute of Peace and Strategic Studies. She holds a foreign language certificate in French from Institut de Langue.
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