Osinbajo attributes Nigeria’s underdevelopment to failed implementation of policies & programmes

March 2, 2021 By 0 Comments

The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has attributed failed policies and programmes to the underdevelopment of Nigeria and tasked the newly inaugurated Senior Executive Course SEC 43 of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) to unlock the mysteries of failure of policies and programmes.

Professor Osinbajo who stated this during the inauguration of SEC 43 of the National Institute in Plateau State, on Monday, pointed out that it was the turn of the participants to make their contributions to the development of Nigeria since anyone who passes through the Institute belong to a cycle of Nigeria intellectuals.

“From this day, the task of finding a solution to our National problems that could affect the trajectory of the lives of millions has been placed upon your shoulders. We are confident that you will discharge this duty creditably.

“This year theme: “Getting Things Done: Strategies for Policies and Programme Implementation in Nigeria” goes to the heart of what is generally considered the bane of development in Nigeria, poor implementation of policies, the proverbial gap between intentional result, delivering on campaign promises. For any policymakers frustration is the same, yet we know about think tank but what we need now is do tank, so your task is already well cut out for you,” he said.

The Vice President who inaugurated the participants through virtual tasked SEC 43 to unlock the mysteries of failed and poor implementation of projects and more importantly provide a practical and nitty, gritty guide to implement projects and policies adding that that is the body of knowledge that is needed today.


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