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INVESTIGATION: Governor’s secret deal with Dangote over 2019 governorship aspirant exposed

By Gaden Puun, Abuja African billionaire company, The Dangote Group may have reached an “agreement in principle” with the Nasarawa State Governor, Alhaji Umaru Tanko Al-Makura for its acting Group Managing Director of Sugar Refinery Plc, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule, to succeed him

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INVESTIGATION: Artisans, Rano oil company in bitter war over N.3bn market demolition in Jos

By Gaaden Puun, Jos Amidst already tension in Jos over the suspected herdsmen killings in Jos and its environs, pressure is gradually building up in Jos, Plateau state over the demolition of shops belonging to members of the over 3,600

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Anambra poll: Evaluating the contenders (ANALYSIS)

By Yemi Esho, Abuja The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has expressed its readiness to conduct the Anambra governorship poll which will be held next month. The electoral body has fixed the election for November 18. Candidates from established and

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UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATION: Bribery, corruption, discrimination, ‘presidency slot’ in the 2016/2017 federal civil service recruitment

By Gbenga Odunsi, Abuja As the 2016/2017 federal civil service commission (FCSC) recruitment exercise comes to an end, AljazirahNigeria concludes its investigation on the recruitment that started in September 2016. For days, our reporter visited the federal civil service commission

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ANALYSIS: Fayose’s declaration for 2019 presidency and matters arising

By Yemi Esho, Abuja Ekiti State governor, Peter Ayodele Fayose, has trodden the path where the angels refused to cross and if you call him the ‘original’ mouthpiece of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), one is not far from

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Flood in FCT, who is in charge?

By Yemi Esho, Abuja When the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet), the agency in charge of weather forecast in the country warned of imminent danger of flooding in Nigeria, especially in the coastal areas, Nigerians in their characteristic manners turned deaf

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Pains, torment of being a tenant in Abuja

By Gbenga Odunsi, Abuja In advanced countries, housing is a form of social product, it is governmental provision for the citizenry, although not free, the government has a technique of making it comfortable for her citizens. Here in Nigeria, the

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Exposing the Shell Oil job scam; A Nigerian narrates his encounter with scammers

By Gbenga Odunsi, Abuja In recent times, Nigerians have had their own fair share of being scammed by unemployed youths, who would go to any length to ensure they survive amid economic hardship. Gbenga Odunsi, in this piece, shares his

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Unruly personnel, power outage, bed with no mattress at Aso Rock clinic, Abuja government hospitals

By Gbenga Odunsi, Abuja  Lately, there has been controversies surrounding the ill-equipped Aso clinic, and allocations budgeted for it. The health budget for year 2017 has also sparked reactions from many pundits who claim that the Buhari led administration has

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Buhari, Atiku, and 2019 presidential elections

By Yemi Esho, Abuja To the ordinary man on the street, 2019 is just two years away, but to Nigerian politicians, the 2019 general elections are here. There is no gain saying in the fact that politicians in this clime

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