DAAD-AGGN is not connected to the "Association for Good Governance Network" or the AGGN(Good Governance)Twitter account or any other source spreading hate speach in Nigeria.


The active phase of the AGGN, comprising support by DAAD and ABI and regular workshops, has ended in December 2018.

AGGN fellows are active in a diversity of governance-related sectors, private, public and non-profit, both in Europe and Africa. AGGN fellows keep working towards good governance on the African continent, as individuals, professionals and also as a network.

This website has only been updated until December 2018. If you are looking for more recent information, please contact the respective AGGN fellows directly.




The African Good Governance Network (AGGN) comprises a group of highly educated African academics who are dedicated to Good Governance principles. Due to their qualifications they are expected to be among future decision makers in sub-Saharan Africa.

AGGN is a vibrant network of peers, who promote the values of Good Governance and promote processes of democratisation by accompanying the economic and political transformation in their home countries.

The network was founded in 2007 by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and consists of African scholars who are currently studying in Germany or have graduated from a German university.