Welcome to Nigeria’s First Technology and Digital-Media Driven Public Policy Think-Tank

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The Nigerian Global Affairs Council (NIGAC) is a Technology-based and Digital media-driven Public Policy and Evidence-based Research Think-Tank focused on Policy concerns that revolve around Governance and Public Administration within the Nigerian State and how we interact with the larger World.

The Nigerian Global Affairs Council is a nationally and globally focused research and evidence-based Think-Tank, Policy Forum and Advocacy/Pressure/Lobby Group/Organization made up of Experienced and Distinguished Professionals who have made SIGNIFICANT STRIDES in their RESPECTIVE fields with a STRONG CONVICTION and DESIRE to effect same change across our National LIFE through Policy Formulation and Execution.

OUR VISION:

Our Vision is for an IDEAL Nigeria dreamt, analyzed, formulated and executed by Political and Policy Leaders supported by experienced and accomplished Technocrats within the Nigerian Landscape

OUR MISSION:

Harnessing the passion and progressive mind of the established and experienced Nigerian Professional, we are committed to building the LARGEST POLICY DATABANK of Policy Ideas and Solutions that will make Nigeria an equitable and just SOCIETY. It is our HOPE that this POLICY DATABANK will lead to ACTIONABLE Policy Formulation and EXECUTION by our Political and Policy Leaders to foster an equitable and just SOCIETY.

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According to the President-In-Council and Founder, EldaDavid, shared his belief in BEING a part of the SOLUTION rather than complain about the PROBLEM  – The only way we can create sustainable change is when we get involved behind the scenes in adding our voice to POLICY Analysis, Formulation and Execution. It is EldaDavid’s utmost BELIEF that it is the ONLY WAY Good Men, Technocrats and those with a heart to serve will find their way into our tough POLITICAL TERRAIN.

The Nigerian Global Affairs Council was unveiled on July 11th 2020 with 41 admitted Policy Fellows from all walks of life from across Nigeria. We also have 6 outstanding Individuals that make up our Advisory Board. We will be showcasing their histories and stories on our platform.

This platform is NON-PARTISAN and we are not here to defend Government’s Policy Positions at all times – we will SIMPLY ensure that we break it down in an easy to understanding and exciting to read manner.

We hope you follow on this JOURNEY as we have a lot in STORE for the GOOD of Nigeria.

Cheerios!!!

4 Comments:

  1. This is really a welcome development, l am Ukeme Anwan from Akwa Ibom State. The problem of inconsistency in government policy implementation and top bottom approach in policy formulation are some of the major problems of this country. I have worked with Oxford Policy Management many policy and research institutions. I have been in youth policy advocacy over five years now because I don’t want to antagonize rather to organize the nation’s youths to take it rightful position.
    Akwa Ibom State Youth Development Fund Bill, NotTooYoungToRun law, Independent Candidacy Bill, Electoral Reform Bill are some of the bills and law I have directly advocated for in both national and sub-national.
    I will like to at this point ask about the geographical spread of NIGAC that will help the grassroots to be actively involved in policy formulation. Also what are the sustainability plan to help this organization to achieve and maintain it set vision and mission statements as apolitical group.

  2. This is really a welcome development, l am Ukeme Anwan from Akwa Ibom State. The problem of inconsistency in government policy implementation and top bottom approach in policy formulation are some of the major problems of this country. I have worked with Oxford Policy Management many policy and research institutions. I have been in youth policy advocacy over five years now because I don’t want to antagonize rather to organize the nation’s youths to take it rightful position.
    Akwa Ibom State Youth Development Fund Bill, NotTooYoungToRun law, Independent Candidacy Bill, Electoral Reform Bill are some of the bills and law I have directly advocated for in both national and sub-national.
    I will like to at this point ask about the geographical spread of NIGAC that will help the grassroots to be actively involved in policy formulation. Also what are the sustainability plan to help this organization to achieve and maintain it set vision and mission statements as apolitical group.

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