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National FOI Ranking in Retrospect

It was a thrilling experience at the Public and Private Development Centre’s annual National Freedom of Information ranking which takes place on the 28th of September to commemorate International Rights to Know Day.

This year, a total of  250 public institutions were ranked based on their level of disclosure, transparency, and compliance with the Freedom of Information Act 2011.

The Bureau of Public Service Reforms led the pack this year with 65 points, the Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) came 2nd with 64 points, and Debt Management Office was 3rd with a total of 58.25 points.

The aim of the ranking was to entrench accountability and transparency in public institutions by ensuring Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) liberate data and citizens have timely and unrestricted access to public information.

This year’s National FOI ranking was organized by a coalition of six civil society organizations; PPDC, BudgIT, Basic Rights Watch, International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR), Right to Know, and Media Rights Agenda (MRA).

Click here to see how other MDA’s rank.

Adamawa and Ekiti State Adopt Subnational Ranking

The maiden edition of the subnational ranking was held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state in 2021. This year, to scale up, we expanded the ranking to Adamawa and Ekiti States.

In Ekiti, 13 MDAs were ranked and the Office Of The State Auditor General emerged the winner with 20 points.
In Adamawa, 10 MDAs were ranked and the Adamawa State Universal Basic Education Board emerged the winner with 15 points.
 
We picked up the threads with our ranking in Akwa Ibom and ranked a total number of 24 MDAs. The Ministry Of Transport And Solid Minerals topped the chart with 22 points, snatching  the crown from Bureau Of Public Procurement who came tops last year.
 
For more on the ranking, Click here.

NEW CEO ALERT

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jubril Shittu as CEO of PPDC. Jubril brings a distinct set of skills, vision and leadership to propel PPDC and the Nigerian civic space to new heights.

Mr. Shittu Jubril Agbolade is a development expert with a vast experience in the Nigerian, West African, and African development space. He holds a BSC in International Law and Diplomacy and also a Master's Degree in political science and International relations both from Babcock University Nigeria. 

He has experience navigating the policy space and advocating for the enabling environment for international humanitarian and development actors with Ethiopia HINGO Forum E/Africa and Nigeria INGO Forum and providing technical support to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in multiple West African States.

Mr Shittu resumed work as PPDCs CEO on the 1st of June 2022 and has since hit the ground running.

That’s all for now. Thanks for reading.

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