Federalism

DAWN Talking With Foreign Partners On South-West Rail Linkage – DG

The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria Commission has begun discussions with some foreign partners over its plans to link at least 44 cities and towns in the South-West region by rail. The Director-General, DAWN, Seye Oyeleye, said this in an interview with our correspondent on Wednesday. Oyeleye said the recent constitutional amendment, which removed the …

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Southwest Plans 44-Town Rail Network, Seeks Law Review

The Director-General of the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria, Mr Seye Oyeleye, has said the region will build railway to link 44 cities and towns in the six South-West states. Oyeleye, who said this while speaking with journalists in Ibadan on Friday identified, the 1955 Railway Act which allowed only the Federal Government to build …

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Some States Economy Will Collapse in the Next 10 Years if There is No Economic Restructuring – DAWN Commission

The Director General of the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria, Seye Oyeleye has called on 36 States of the federation to advocate for economic restructuring ahead of an impending doom that awaits the nation’s economy in the next 10 years. Speaking to the Body of Bureau Chiefs of major national Newspapers in Ibadan on Friday, …

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DAWN Advises FG to Promote Fiscal Federalism, Regionalism

The Director General of the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN), Seye Oyeleye, has urged the federal government to embrace fiscal federalism, a re-organisation of states as well to embrace regionalism in order to promote socio-economic development. Speaking to journalists in Ibadan at the weekend, Oyeleye, a strategic management expert, said there was an urgent …

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