Seye Oyeleye

ÀMỌ̀TẸ́KÙN Will Serve All Ethnic Groups ― DG Dawn Commission

…it is mischievous to tag outfit as Yoruba police “Insecurity is not our way of life in the southwest. This is the region that has been exposed to the outside world for about 700 years ago. …in the western region not only Yoruba live here. Every region lives here because we are an accommodating region. …

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United States Consulate to Partner DAWN Commission on Development

The Director General of DAWN Commission, Mr. Seye Oyeleye, received in audience the Political Officer and Political Specialist, United States Consulate General, Lagos, Jillian Itharat and Arnold Abulime, respectively, at the office of the Commission on Tuesday, 17th December, 2019. Jillian Itharat reiterated the commitment of the US Consulate to partner DAWN Commission on areas …

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Governance and Challenges of Infrastructural Deficit in Nigeria

A Keynote Lecture delivered at the 65th Anniversary Celebration of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Ibadan Branch held 10th Dec., 2019 by Mr. Seye Oyeleye, Director General, DAWN Commission Introduction It’s no gainsaying that the state of Nigeria’s infrastructure poses a great challenge to our industrialization and human development. The decay of our infrastructure overtime …

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Foreign Direct Investment Alone Cannot Transform Nigeria’s Agriculture – Ex IFAD President

The Director-General, Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, Seye Oyeleye, advised the government to make agriculture attractive, especially to young men and women, for them to see agriculture as an economic activity and as a money-making business like Aliko Dangote Mr Oyeleye who noted that people were still thinking of agriculture as a hoe …

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Establishment of Cattle Ranches in Western Nigeria: An Immediate Imperative

Cattle ranching in Southwestern Nigeria Background The Nigerian livestock industry constitutes an important sector of the Nigerian economy, though marked with poor productivity as a result of crude and traditional method of her pastoral system. Of the estimated 20 million population of cattle in Nigeria, 70% of this population is located in the northern part …

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INSECURITY: Joint Task Force Will Be Funded By Govs, Private Sector – DAWN

As governors of six states of the South-West zone of the country fine-tune plans to launch a joint security task force to check the excesses of herdsmen and other miscreants, the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria, DAWN, on Wednesday, disclosed that the security network will be funded by a zonal security trust fund. This was …

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Insecurity in Southwest: We’re Confronting a Different Shade of Criminality — Seye Oyeleye, DG, DAWN Commission

• Govt Should Widen Tax Net, Not Increase Taxes The Director General of the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, Mr. Oluseye Oyeleye spoke on the strategy to curb insecurity in the Southwest, and how the precarious situation forced the commission to postpone its Investment Summit for the zone. Muyiwa Adeyemi (Head South West …

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