Ibanga Isine, one of Premium Times’ correspondents covering the National Conference gives an analysis of both weeks 8 & 9. He briefs on the controversial minority report as well as the purported campaign for tenure elongation by one of the delegates and lots more.
For the avoidance of doubt, the battle around so-called fuel subsidy, reignited by the recommendation of the committee on public finance of the National Conference 2014, is in reality a battle over several
Week 6 was dedicated to committee meetings. This short expert analysis brings all the major events together, and analysis their implications. Highlights include decision reached on resource control, and Bode George submitting memo on corruption.
“Nigeria as it is today requires a new architecture”. – Ray Ekpu As the debate on President Goodluck Jonathan’s speech entered its third day on Wednesday, focus started shifting from issues raised in the speech to matters central to the National Conference and what to make of them.
Do you have basic questions about the Nigerian National Conference? This short video answers all the frequently asked questions about the conference, from what is a national conference to how it functions, to how much will be spent on it and more. Everything you need to know. If there is any other question about the National Conference you want answered, leave a comment and we will answer them in the next episode.
Christian and Muslim leaders are to be represented by 12 delegates, comprising six nominees each to stand for the two religions, while civil society groups will have 24 representations.
Between Jonathan’s National Conference and Obasanjo’s National Political Reform Conference: What You Need To Know