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Twentyten Daily Weekly Roundup

Hello Twentyten Daily Readers, Welcome to a brand new month with us at Twentyten Daily. As you may already know, the month of September is regarded globally as World Suicide Month and we at Twentyten Daily have just the right articles and reports that embody causes of suicide in Africa and the rate of suicide […]Read More

How Corruption In Nigeria’s Leading Sectors Drive-Up Poverty Rates

Would things get better? Every election term, Nigeria’s citizens vote in a new set of public office holders, again setting themselves up for the worse. As poverty rates climb higher and the gap between the rich and poor grows wider, one thing is unflinching; Corruption. Budget fraud, procurement fraud and… You must be registered to […]Read More

Nigerian Doctors Begin Indefinite Strike Over Unpaid Salaries

Doctors in state-run hospitals in Nigeria have begun another indefinite strike over unpaid salaries, insurance benefits and poor facilities amid fears of a third wave of coronavirus. This is the second strike action by doctors in the country in this year alone. The strike by the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), which represents about […]Read More

‘42% Of Nigerians Are Corrupt’

According to a quantitative survey conducted by the Akin Fadeyi Foundation, about 42.4 percent of citizens believe that all Nigerians are corrupt. This report also published that 51 percent believe that all public officials are corrupt. The quantitative survey is part of a three-year project end-line report published by the foundation with support from MacArthur […]Read More

Report: Corruption, Unemployment, Insecurity Top Nigerians’ Woes

  A pan-African survey research network, Afrobarometer, have identified 10 major woes of Nigerians saying corruption, unemployment, insecurity tops the chart. Afrobarometer provides data on African experiences and evaluations of democracy, governance and quality of life. The report, presented by CDD-Ghana through the head of Corporate Communications of NOIPolls, a data research company, Mrs Nelly […]Read More

Poverty Alleviation: Unrealistic And Unproductive

The concept of poverty is that it hinders the development of a country. The world bank measures poverty in terms of daily spending of  $1 to $2 per day per person. Previous administrations in Nigeria have continually made efforts to address the challenges of poverty through different programs and policies, some of them include National […]Read More