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About Stephen

Stephen Dieseruvwe is a qualified Urban and Regional Planner, Development Practice Specialist, Monitoring and Evaluation Practitioner, and Driver Training/Road Safety Consultant. Stephen was born in Huni-Valley, Western Region of Ghana to Nigerian parents from Delta State, Nigeria. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria where he graduated in 1989 with a First Class Honours and as the best overall student in his Department. He also holds a Masters Degree in Development Studies from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom as a Guinness/Leeds University/Foreign and Commonwealth Office Scholarship fellow

Mr. Dieseruvwe has conducted extensive research on rural development, community development, poverty, and sustainable city management. He has over two decades of project management experience. He also has vast working experience in master planning, regional planning, plan preparation, development planning, transport policy and planning, rural development, citizen participation and participatory development. He is a member of International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS).

He is happily married with children.

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  1. Friday Olokor, THE PUNCH NEWSPAPERS! ABUJA permalink
    August 6, 2013 00:59

    Nigeria needs people like Stephen Dieserubwe to teach rural development in national politics…

  2. August 8, 2013 22:35

    The agreeing point here is that the present structure of Nigeria , is not and will never be a workable solution. So the long called and postponed SNC is long overdue by all the belligerents actors of the Nigeria multi-ethnic and multiculturalism society as stakeholders to come to table and truly redefine our basic mutual foundation for equal coexistence..

    There is no gainsaying,that the only solution reside on our capacity to come forward and chat on the same table the Nigeria issue, our interest will be to move with a more Regional autonomy. So be it devolution of power, resources control, decentralization of the federating units, infrastructure control, the distribution of power and wealth in other to reduce tension and assure an enabling peace and the problems of boundaries delimitation all these and a host of others problems, must be urgently agreed upon to avoid the absurd and the unnecessary in human wasting.

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