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REVEALING: National Assembly establishment bills stifling Oronsaye Report

Despite the recommendations of the Oronsaye report and the clamour for leaner and more efficient government parastatals, legislative contradictions continue to abound, with 1477 establishment bills sponsored before the National Assembly in the past five years.   Over time, the Oronsaye Report has often been called a beacon of reform and a blueprint for streamlining bureaucracy and enhancing efficiency. Commissioned in 2011 by the Goodluck Jonathan administration, the report aimed to rationalise government agencies and reduce...

Reps partner OrderPaper in implementation of parliamentary programme

In a significant affirmation of its status as Nigeria’s preeminent policy think tank that bridges the gap between citizens and parliament, OrderPaper has been listed as a key partner in the implementation of the Parliamentary Development Programme (PDP) of the 10th House of Representatives for the period 2023-2027 The 10th House of Representatives recently unveiled its four-year development plan, titled Parliamentary Development Programme (PDP) for the 10th House of Representatives, National Assembly, 2023-2027. This event...

GESI Tracker: SGBV, Cancer and Correctional Services Get Attention

For the plenary week of March 5th to 7th, 2024, the National Assembly spotlighted key GESI components such as secondary school education on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV), breast and cervical cancer preventive measures, and inmate integration through the decongestion of prisons. Integrating SGBV into school curriculum… In the hallways of secondary schools across Nigeria, young minds are shaped, dreams are born, and the foundation for a just and inclusive society is laid. Amidst the...

GESI Tracker: Surrogacy, Gifted Kids and Implementation of the Disabilities Act

The “GESI Tracker” is a dedicated lens through which we scrutinise, analyse, and celebrate parliamentary activities’ on gender and inclusion-related dimensions. Welcome to the inaugural edition of the GESI Tracker, your comprehensive weekly report on Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) activities within the hallowed halls of the National Assembly. As a part of OrderPaper’s ongoing commitment to promoting transparency and fostering awareness of gender-related issues, this report seeks to illuminate the gender and inclusion...

STANDOUT: 10 Bills of promise in 5 months of 10th NASS

Continuing our review of the first six months into the four-year tenure of the tenth Assembly, OrderPaper dives into the 1331 bills that have been sponsored thus far, selecting the top 1o  bills with the potential to have an impact on citizens and add value to the nation.      Lawmaking is one of the most common duties attributed to a legislator. While some would shy away from this duty, stating that the lack of...

The GIFT Project, 2024 Budget and Strategies for Improved Public Finance Management

As 2024 commences, the financial tension in the air is palpable. From the lingering effects of fuel subsidy removal, steady rise in inflation and prices of essential commodities, unabating corrupt practices, and poor public finance management, a lot is hinged on the successful implementation of the 2024 budget. To achieve this, the GIFT Project advocates effective citizen engagement, pragmatic parliamentary oversight, and urgent fiscal reforms to stir things in the right direction. The ceremonies leading...

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