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‘Nigeria’s architecture for governance and federalism is faulty’

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Professor Edward Oyelowo Oyewo of the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, in this interview looks at the various challenges facing Nigeria’s practice of federalism, stressing that much needs to be done to make the local government administration efficient. He spoke to KABIR ALABI GARBA and LEO SOBECHI. Do you think something positive would come […]

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