Pres. Jonathan’s Transformation Agenda Scorecard articles


Profile Of The Man: Abba Patrick Francis Moro

Profile Of The Man: Abba Patrick Francis Moro

Born to the family of Chief Moro Agbamu of Okwungaga, Ugbokolo District of Okpokwu Local Government Area of Benue State, Comrade Abba Moro as he is fondly called, began his formal education at LGEA Special Primary School, Odessassa, Ugbokolo where he finished from in 1969 before proceeding in the same year to Emmanuel Secondary School, Ugbokolo. His outstanding performance in the 1974 WASC Exams helped him secure a place at the Federal Government College, Kano


‘President Jonathan Has Taken Fight Against Corruption Frontally’ –      Comrade Abba Moro, Minister Of Interior

You have spent three years as Minister of Interior. When you came on board, what were the goals you set and what measures did you put in place to realise such goals and in your own assessment would you say that the goals are being accomplished? First of all for the records, I have not yet spent three years, there are still some months to go before I reach three years. Having said that, when


Ministry of Interior – Pursuing the Mandate of Internal Security and Citizenship Integrity

The clearly spelt-out mandate of the Federal Ministry of Interior is to promote good governance by maintaining security within the borders of the country and ensuring citizenship integrity. For a country like Nigeria generally regarded as the most populous black nation on earth with a population of over 167 million people, over 250 ethnic nationalities and a sprawling land area, the task of preventing or curbing disorder is definitely not an easy one. The challenge


New Initiatives Of FMBN In Housing Finance And Development

The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) was established in 1956, then known as the Nigerian Building Society, NBS, a joint venture of the Commonwealth Development Corporation and the Federal and Eastern governments of Nigeria. —     It operated to fund individual mortgage loans from savings mobilized from the public. Following the introduction of the Indigenization Policy, the Federal Government, by the Indigenization Act of 1973, undertook 100 % ownership/acquisition of the NBS and consequently renamed


Score Card of President Jonathan’s Transformation Agenda

By May 29, 2014, President Goodluck Jonathan would be three years old in office, which means the administration has barely a year to go in this term. On assumption of office, President Jonathan unveiled his Transformation Agenda. The Agenda, a comprehensive layout of Mr President’s goals and targets will invariably be the basic parameter by which the administration’s success or failure will be established. It is therefore necessary to take stock and find out how