Breaking down the policy is an initiative developed to critically analyze and break down government policies passed by the Federal Government of Nigeria, whilst taking a deep dive at these acts and unravelling the terms attached to the acts, highlighting the pros and cons of the acts, the practicability and impracticability of the act, and subsequently proffering detailed recommendation on how these acts can be improved before it is executed by the Federal Government, FG. The aim of this initiative also inevitably helps to create an informed citizenry.


Student Loan Act 2023

On today’s series of breaking down the policies, Statecraft Inc. presents a report containing a deep dive and critical analysis of the Student Loan Act that was recently passed on the 12th of June, 2023.

BtS Vol 1, Issue 3: The Task Of Taxing Citizens

The government of Nigeria is keen on exploring alternative avenues to generating revenue. Evident in its unflinching resolve to increase existing tax rates,

BtS Vol 1, Issue 1: AfCFTA

Fun Fact: If like us, you’ve wondered why air travel within Africa is so expensive, you’re in luck. We went digging and found that it’s linked to the non-implementation of this Yamoussoukro Decision.

BtS Vol 1, Issue 2: The Future of African Unity

Trends across the world have brought to light the fact that it takes more than establishing a coalition of states such as the European or African Union to have true unity.

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