Meet Dr. Otive Igbuzor

Dr. Otive Igbuzor is a Pharmacist, Human Rights Activist, Policy Analyst, Development Expert, and a world renowned author who is a reader’s delight. His authored works are always enchanting, interesting and yet very impactful. His books have been instrumental to building a new breed of leaders capable of advancing Africa out of the woods of socio-economic and political decadence. He remains a role model, a beacon of hope, a scion of Truth, an emblem of integrity and an incontrovertible guiding light to African Leaders. Burning with a passion to see Africa attain her full potential, he has built a strategy to take Africa to her pride of place in the comity of nations. The African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development was birthed as a result of his unwavering passion for the development of the African continent. A fervid advocate of knowledge and human capacity building, Dr. Igbuzor has authored several notable books among which are: Challenges of Development in Nigeria, Overcoming the Challenges of Transformation in Nigeria, Alternative Development Strategy for Nigeria, Political Succession in Nigeria, National Security and Policing in Nigeria among others

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Overcoming the challenges of Development in Nigeria

In this volume, Otive brings the enthusiasm and compassion of a compatriot and a keen analytical eye on what is wrong with Nigeria and what each one of us can do to set it right. The merging of the old with the new dthrough historical and academic evidence gives at once, a trusted solidness and a poetic timelessness to this work. (Amina Salihu People and Passion Ltd)

Challenges of Development in Nigeria

The book provides a comprehensive and thought-provoking review of some of the main issues which policy-makers, planners and the public need to address in order to realize the enormous but, unfortunately, still mostly latent potential of the most populous country in Africa. It draws attention to issues that have been relatively neglected in the development debate in Nigeria over the past few years but are crucial for getting things right over the long haul.

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Favourite Quote


“Leaders are not born…they are produced during the course of the struggle”-Amandla


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Books Authored by Dr. Otive Igbuzor

Overcoming the Challenges of Transformation in Nigeria

Democracy and Grassroots Development in Delta State

National Security and Policing in Nigeria

IMPACTING URHOBOLAND

Challenges of Development in Nigeria

MONITORING AND EVALUATION DEMYSTIFIED

If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads.–Ralph Waldo Emerson


ASSESSING PMB FIRST 100 DAYS IN OFFICE

President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) was elected and inaugurated as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on 29th May, 2015. By 7th September, 2015, he has clocked the milestone of one hundred days in office. All over the world, the first one hundred days has become landmark date for preliminary celebration of achievements and assessment. The first one hundred days celebration was began by former American President, Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933.

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PUBLIC SERVICE QUALITY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM IN NIGERIA

Every government strives to improve the quantity and quality of public service to its citizens. One way in which government tries to do this is to increase expenditure on public services. But there is a paradox in Nigeria. While the Federal Government has increased its expenditure over the years, the quality of public service has decreased.For instance, the Federal Government expenditure increased by about 500 percent between 2000 and 2012…

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COST OF GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM

Cost of governance has been a challenge to governments all over the world. It is one of the issues that necessitates Public Administration reform in over one hundred and twelve countries across the world being supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Cost of governance is the money spent on administrative processes of running government. Technically, it is divided into two: recurrent administrative expenses and capital administrative expenses.

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