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The African Peer Review Process in Nigeria (2008)

This review is one of a series commissioned by AfriMAP, the Africa Governance Monitoring and Advocacy Project of the Open Society Institute’s network of African foundations. The report – which was written by and represents the views of L. Adele Jinadu, an independent consultant – analyses the extent to which the Nigerian process of self-assessment for the APRM respected the criteria of effectiveness and credibility defi ned by the APRM founding documents, in particular the extent to which it was open, participatory, transparent and accountable. (by Adele Jinadu, AfriMAP)

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  • Type: Civil society analysis
  • Thematic Areas: Democracy and political governance, Economic governance and management, Corporate governance, Socio-economic development