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The Aminu Kano Centre for Democratic Research and Training, Mambayya House, Kano was founded in November 2000 as a research and training unit of the Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria, in the premises vacated by the defunct Centre for Democratic Studies (CDS), which was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1989. When the CDS was scrapped in 1996, the Federal Government donated the building to Bayero University, Kano. The then Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Alhaji (Dr) Gidado Idris GCON, mni, formally handed over Mambayya House to the former Vice Chancellor, Bayero University, Kano, Professor Musa Abdullahi, on March 3, 1999.
In response to the urgent need for answers to the complex questions raised by the nascent democratic order in Nigeria, and to contribute to the consolidation of the gains of an emerging democracy, Bayero University, Kano established the Centre in November 2000. It is a non – profit making organization, and operates as a relatively autonomous organ within the University’s organizational structure. However, it is subject to the University’s regulations in respect of financial accountability and academic standards. The Centre seeks to achieve its aims through focused research and training activities.
The Centre is popularly called Mambayya House, has its name derived from the nickname of the late Malam Aminu Kano’s mother whose residence is located at No. 57/58 Kofar Ruwa Road, Gwammaja Quarters, inside Kano City.
To support a democratically stable and united Nigeria where the culture of transparent and accountable governance reigns.
To promote and consolidate Nigeria’s growing democratic heritage and practice through theoretical and applied research, as well as training and policy analysis.
The objectives of the Centre are:
a. to study, research and closely monitor and maintain a comprehensive database on the evolution, as well as the trials and tribulations of democracy in Nigeria;
b. to facilitate research, scholarship and policy formulation on all aspects pertaining to democracy in Nigeria;
c. to promote a proper understanding of democratic theory and practice, as well as good governance through research and training;
d. to promote the evolution of desirable and appropriate political culture and values for national progress and development;
e. to contribute to speedy, stable and sustainable democratic consolidation and the prevention of authoritarian rule in Nigeria;
f. to periodically make recommendations on appropriate policy measures, which can strengthen democratic conduct and practices in Nigeria;
g. to promote the peaceful co-existence and resolution of disputes with a view to creating a more stable democratic polity;
h. to contribute to a proper understanding and removal of the traditional constraints to good governance and socio-economic development in Nigeria;
i. to provide opportunities for skills development and improvement through training on democracy, tolerance and good governance for politicians, policy makers, legislators, judicial officers and other officials from the Local, State and Federal Governments, as well as Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) activists;
j. to provide fellowships and short term residency and assistance to researchers and scholars working on themes relevant to the Centre’s research and training interests;
k. to cooperate with similar centres in Nigeria and abroad with a view to expanding the scope of scholarship and research on democratic theory, conduct and practice;
l. to provide a comprehensive reference library and documentation on political culture, democracy, good governance and socio-economic development;
m. to periodically publish and disseminate the outcome of studies conducted at the Centre for the benefit of policy makers and the public;
n. to organize and operate a museum on Nigerian politics in the original house of Malam Aminu Kano with a view to making it a tourist attraction;
o. to accept gifts, legacies and donations, but without obligation to accept the same for a particular purpose unless it approves the terms and conditions attaching thereto; and
p. to do such other things as may be considered incidental to the above objects/matters.