By the word ‘zero-cost administration’ the author, Abdulateef Amusa, maintained that he meant the absence of the use of public funds for the running of the public offices. Instead, such should be channeled towards the capital projects that are having economic gains which are urgently needed to transform the nation. Misuse of the revenues on the overcrowded civil service, toleration of ghost workers and sustaining the paraphernalia of the offices of the top civil servants and the political office holders would put a halt to developments instead of having enough for the life transforming projects. By studies, in the third world nations where graft is rising at astronomical rate, cost of governance is high and the beneficiaries of the offices reveling from the paraphernalia of offices at the peril of the poor citizens. By lack of vision, they adopted the costly presidential system of governance instead of the cheap parliamentarian system. Undoubtedly, the costly presidential system is not useful for the poor nations in the third world but the parliamentarian system according to the author. Political offices and the bogus expenditures on duplicated ministries, departments and agencies are gulping more than one quarter of the national income at the peril of the citizens and deficit social infrastructures. The citizens are entering into poverty every day by the poor financing policies and the selfishness of the political elites controlling the bulk of the public finances. The nations run into debts for servicing the costly lifestyles of the political office holders in particular while the life transforming capital projects suffer deficits. It is a duty for nationalists, think tanks and the authors to proffer practicable solutions towards ending extravagant spending and cutting the costs of governance in the civil service and political offices. Factually, thirst for the political and economic powers by the politicians has taken a dimension of do-or-die affairs in the poor nations that it is clear to the blind that there is urgent need for political reforms that would block the access of the greedy and selfish corrupt politicians from enthronement into the offices. The author wrote that the political powers are highly intoxicating by the control of all the economic resources of the nation. Public opinions demand for the change in the system. To this author and other proponents, it is a major political restructuring for the nation to escape the parasitic political elites sucking the blood of the nation at the peril of the impoverished citizens. This is feasible with nationalistic restructured civil service and strong institutions that would run the ministries, departments and agencies without the inputs of the political office holders. And if the civil service is patriotic and dutiful with the support of the strong institutions, there is no room for the political officers except to use oversight function and approval of the budgets prepared by the civil servants. With the paid state workers doing the jobs, what is the essence of supporting the political office holders with the exotic paraphernalia of office? This summarizes the standpoint of the author that zero-cost administration is highly feasible and therefore recommended for the nations of the world. But, would this be allowed to work? The contents of this intellectual resource material depict how the cost of administration could be brought to zero and the nation shall have enough to build life transforming projects with highly motivated civil service and surveillance of the strong and independent institutions.