One of the critical aspects of fostering democracy for people with disabilities in Nigeria is ensuring accessible voting procedures.
The synergy between youth advocates and the inter-agency task force yields remarkable outcomes.
Youth with disabilities in Nigeria lack the requisite (green) skills, whether professional, entrepreneurial, technological, IT and otherwise, to effectively engage the job market and contribute to the growth of the country.
The recent ministerial list proposed by President Bola Tinubu has unfortunately overlooked the integral role that persons with disabilities can and should play in Nigerian governance. This omission is not in accordance with the Discrimination Against Persons With Disabilities Prohibition Act, 2018 which calls for the inclusion of at least 5% of persons with disabilities in public office appointments. The current lack of representation in the Federal Executive Council marks a missed opportunity to advance equality and justice for persons with disabilities in Nigeria.