VOTING OPENS FOR ALM NIGERIA GOOD GOVERNANCE POLLS 2018

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Following the sustained call for nomination in the ongoing Nigeria Good Governance Poll, African Leadership Magazine UK Group have received over 200 nominations in the 8 categories of the polls. The Poll which is in its third year, is coming on the heels of the successful hosting of two previous editions of the Poll, which has become a veritable tool for measuring performance among Nigeria’s state and regional leaders.
The nominees are:

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The Winners of the Good Governance Poll shall be announced on Monday 13 August, 2018. Winners shall be presented with instruments of honor and award in front of over 300 political, business and diplomatic leaders in New York, at the sideline of the United Nations General Assembly Meeting. They will be decorated during the Annual International Summit on African Leadership, billed to hold on the 25th September 2018.

About the Polls

The Good Governance Poll, instituted by  African Leadership Magazine UK, is in line with the magazine’s objective of providing credible information and support to leaders in Nigeria and Africa at large. The Poll is part of the group’s strategic engagement tool designed to monitor, performance; gauge the mood of the electorates; promote good governance, as well as engender peer review amongst leaders in Nigeria and Africa at large. The Good Governance Poll, is particularly important in Nigeria, following the country’s prevailing realities. While some Governors and political leaders / public institutions in the country have been unable to meet their obligation to the electorates, others have been ingenious in managing state resources and also making concerted efforts towards positioning their states as a cynosure of development in the country.