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The purpose of this forum is to allow continuous engagement of the issues raised at the Rebuilding the Nation Roundtable that sought to decipher some of the fundamental challenges plaguing Nigeria's development. Participants are encouraged to share resources and opinions that can increase the body of knowledge on these issues.

This forum contains 1,604 topic and 917 replies, and was last updated by  Bibikwen 5 days, 9 hours ago.

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    • Governance Structure

      This section will be used to discuss how governance structures may have impacted Nigeria’s development and the changes that must be made to jumpstart Nigeria’s consistent development.

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    • 1 month, 3 weeks ago

       GalenTamb

    • Identity Issues

      This section will explore the impact of identity definitions on Nigeria’s politics, socio-economic development and the emergence of governance institutions. Participants will explore the factors that influence identity politics, impact and failures of identity politics, and recommendations on how to overcome this challenge.

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    • 1 month, 3 weeks ago

       Ridgest

    • Institutions

      This section will be used to discuss how weak institutions have impacted the emergence of good governance institutions and what changes need to be effected to ensure the creation of inclusive institutions.

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    • 1 week, 5 days ago

       fah

    • Legacy Issues

      This section is open to discuss the legacy issues that may be impacting governance in Nigeria. The team will explore the extent to which these issues should be given consideration in developing solutions to Nigeria’s governance challenges.

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    • 2 months, 1 week ago

       Tylerlen

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