Government fails to see people as partners
An article by NAI researcher Onyanta Adama on solid waste management in Abuja, Nigeria, describes the failure of the government to see the people as key partners in urban governance.
− People are not consulted and thus their interests are not taken in consideration when decisions are made. It’s a general problem but the poor are particularly disadvantaged, says Onyanta Adama.
Read Onyanta Adama’s article Urban governance and spatial inequality in service delivery: a case study of solid waste management in Abuja, Nigeria in Waste Management & Research Volume 30 Issue 9, September 2012