Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Buharimeter report on the 7months assessment of the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB)

The Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) has released Buharimeter report on the 7months assessment of the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) and the governing party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), on the delivery of its 222 electoral promises. The report does not only assess the performance of PMB but also provides useful insights into the current state of key sectors as a way of establishing the basis of measuring outcomes.As such, it examines issues around insecurity, the economy, oil and gas sector, corruption, agriculture sector and social sectors (with emphasis on enviroment). Furthermore, it provides infographics that review a range of such issues including: PMB’s interventions to address longstanding development problems in priority sectors, ratings of his performance, and the number of committees set up and MoUs signed within his first sevenmonths in office. There is also a look into the policy thrust of some ministries, revealed by their ministers at the end of 2015. The report concludes with a set of policy recommendations.

The report is hereby attached and it can also be accessed via http://www.buharimeter.ng/assets/uploads/docs/file_mKkr8ynEBI.pdf. Please, kindly share with people in your network. While we hope that you enjoy reading it, we are open to any review, comment and suggestion that may improve subsequent reports on the exercise.

Please, also visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ssdN1wzTSM. To view animated cartoon produced by CDD on some of electoral promises made by Buhari and his Party, APC, during campaign trail.

Thank you and best regards,

YUSUF, Shamsudeen A.
Senior Programme Officer
Centre for Democracy & Development (CDD)
House 16, A7 Street,
Off B2 Road Mount Pleasant CITEC Estate
Jabi/Airport Road
Abuja-FCT, Nigeria
Tel: +2347032799268
Twitter: @yoosooph_shams
Facebook ID: Yusuph Shams
website: www.cddwestafrica.org

"Political system, good or bad, was the direct product of the beliefs held by its members" - Plato

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