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Reforming Nigeria from within by Dimeji Bankole

Drawing on experience of working within Nigeria’s political system, former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dimeji Bankole, puts forward some ideas for reform.
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“Those useless civil servants” by Dr Joe Abah

Dr Joe Abah, Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, argues that Nigeria's civil service will start to improve the day we want it to improve.
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The State of Democracy in Africa 30 January 2017

Event with Fadumo Dayib, Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey and Dr George Bob-Milliar on elections, democracy and women’s representation in politics
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Mali is becoming a failed state and it is not the jihadists’ fault By Kamissa Camara

Kamissa Camara argues that a focus on regional security masks the root cause of the Malian crisis. Until Mali’s governance and leadership deficits are addressed, attempts to stabilise the country will prove futile.
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Lara Taylor-Pearce on transparency and accountability in public financial management

In this interview with Sierra Leone's Auditor General, Lara Taylor-Pearce, we discussed the role of the audit office in ensuring transparency and accountability in public financial management and the associated challenges of trying to do so.
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Fighting corruption through music in Sierra Leone Interview with Emmerson Bockarie

Jamie Hitchen interviewed Sierra-Leonean singer Emmerson Bockarieon on his country, its corruption problem and the role music can play in raising awareness and changing attitudes
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BBC World Service, 16 August 2016

Policy Researcher Jamie Hitchen spoke to the BBC World Service about the role for cash transfers in Africa