By Lawrence Duya, Abuja.
Nigerian citizens have been asked to contribute their ideas in public reforms.
The Director General, Global Center for Human Empowerment and Entrepreneural Development, GLOCHEED, Mrs Rose Gyar, made this appeal during a citizens cluster interactive session in Abuja.
Mrs Gyar, who gave a rundown of the activities already carried out by GLOCHEED since 2019, said the government is ready to engage with clusters than individuals in public policy formulation and reforms.
According to the DG, GLOCHEED will convey suggestions made my citizens clusters to the Bureau for Public Service Reform (BPSR) for consideration.
These inputs by citizens clusters include: poor communication strategy between the government and the citizens, poor access to government financing, poor involvement of women and youths, lack of foreign direct investment, development of MSMEs, inclusiveness of artisans and security challenges.
Mrs Gyar promised to forward those inputs to the Bureau for Public Service Reforms in the shortest time possible.