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After Aljazirah’s unrelenting investigations, FG finally pays arrears to pensioners

By Amina Isah, Abuja After an elaborate investigation by Aljazirahnews reporters detailing the refusal of the authorities to release a 12 months’ salary arrears owed many federal pensioners despite their plaintive pleas, the funds have finally been released to the

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Political war intensifies between Aisha Buhari and Kaduna Mafia

By Gaaden Puun Weeks after the altercation between President Muhammadu Buhari and the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, sources close to the seat of power in Abuja have revealed to Aljazirahnews, the political decisions and appointments which reportedly angered the president’s

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Revealed- How Ogun Governor ‘diverted’ workers’ pensions to private use

* Governor also accused of ethnic bias and high-handedness By Dupe Oloyede, Abuja Fresh investigations by Aljazirahnews into the activities of the Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun has revealed how he reportedly spent workers’ funds saved under the Contributory

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Can Senegal stop child begging, trafficking by Islamic teachers?

Tens of thousands of children in religious schools across Senegal are forced to beg in the streets to make money for their teachers, activists say… By Kieran Guilbert Dressed in ill-fitting football kits and covered in dust and dirt, dozens

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Untold story of ‘lion escape’ at Jos wild life park

By Tosin Omoniyi, who was in Jos When the king of the jungle escaped from captivity Aljazirahnews over the weekend was able to obtain exclusively the real story behind the incident whereby a lion escaped from the confines of the

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As Nigerian sex trafficking rises, Italy tracks crime kingpins

When Italian prosecutor Lina Trovato first came across a sex trafficking suspect called “Mummy”, she sensed she was onto something especially sinister. The code name had appeared several times in wiretapped conversations between Nigerian gang members in Italy and their

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Revealed- For 30 years, Calabar woman survives on fruits alone, avoids medication

By Asare Asare It is absolutely unthinkable that a human being can survive without eating well the needed staples required for daily sustenance. But there is a woman from Ikom in Cross River State Nigeria that has survived by eating

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An angel for the handicapped transforms lives in Calabar

Eliman Eliman is one Nigerian that is bringing immense hope and smiles into the lives of physically challenged persons across Cross River State. Aljazirahnews caught up with him in Calabar. By Asare Asare Except in advanced countries, physically- challenged persons in

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Dangote ‘owes’ workers four months’ salaries but plans to buy Arsenal

Allegations are untrue- Dangote By Mariam Sanni, Abuja A prominent Nigerian business mogul and the Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote is owing his workers four-months salaries despite his plans to buy football club, Arsenal for a huge amount of cash,

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Again IGP Idris is accused of tribalism, favouritism in police posting

Indications of restiveness have emerged in the Nigeria Police Force, NPF, over recent transfers and postings across the country, as aggrieved policemen have accused the Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris, of  witch-hunting, tribalism and favouritism, a report by Vanguard

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