Public Private Partnership
If education is expensive, lack of it can be disastrous. However, if the government continues to pay lip-service to proper funding of the sector, particularly tertiary education, it is time for school administrators to become inventive and depend less on handouts or bailouts as Head, Education Desk, IYABO LAWAL, writes The bulging sewers litter around…
The major evolving economic policy suitable to fast-track infrastructure development of countries in the world today is the Public-Private Partnership (PPP). This policy has been adopted and put into effective use by many countries, leading to a massive leap in quality infrastructure availability.
Yemi Osinbajo said the PPP disclosure initiative designed to enhance transparency and accountability, was coming at a time that government was poised to attract private investment and expertise as well as boost the country’s infrastructure development.