Human development capital

Selonnes Consult Policy Titbits:   In the absence of resiliency disasters happen

When natural and man made disasters happen, including fire accidents – like that in Onitsha yesterday- the scope and efficacy of initial emergency response and how the situations are handled, …

Obaze celebrates PM Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Winner 

We join Ethiopia, Africa and the world in celebrating and congratulating Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia for wining the 2019 Nobel peace prize. He walked his talk, and lived …

Policy Brief 68/19: At 59: Economic Policies Adversely Affect Poor Nigerians

Chinelo Ofoche  & Izuchukwu J. Okoye ||   As Nigeria celebrates its 59th independence anniversary, it becomes imperative to assess how the average citizen is faring economically. The Federal Government …

Selonnes Consult Policy Brief 65/19: Nigeria’s Oil Economy Is Hobbled by Dissonance

Ejeviome Eloho Otobo and Oseloka H. Obaze The oil resource curse has been Nigeria’s bane. This reality is well known. Yet no discernible effort is being made to transcend the …

Selonnes Consult Policy Brief 60/19:   Reducing the Cost of Governance in Nigeria

Ejeviome Eloho Otobo and Oseloka H. Obaze   Nigeria suffers from democratic overload. Governance expenses are hugely disproportional to its developmental strides and democracy dividends. This is reflected in the …

Policy Brief 54/18:   Chinese Silk Road; Debt Peonage for Nigeria?

Ken Chendo & Oseloka H. Obaze  Introduction China is out to conquer the world, and many countries have fallen victim to its geopolitical game. Yet there is an emergent corollary; …

Is Peter Obi not one of us?

Remarks By Mr Oseloka H. Obaze, PDP Candidate in the 2017 Anambra State Gubernatorial Elections,At the Emergency Meeting of PDP South-East Zone, held at 3p.m. On 13/10/18,  At the Enugu …

Selonnes Consult Endorses Savannah Centre’s Press Statement on “HEATING THE NATIONAL POLITY AND THE NEED FOR CAUTION.”

We at Selonnes Consult, mindful of political developments in Nigeria, and concerned on the need for greater introspection and circumspection, do hereby associate ourselves fully, with the concerns and views …