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Skolombo Boys: How parents abused, abandoned children on streets of Calabar

  Sometime in April 2003, Arikpo Williams, a resident of Calabar, Cross River State in Nigeria’s oil-rich South-south region, was to attend a rehearsal at the city’s Cultural Center. As he walked into the expansive compound, Mr. Williams said he

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British auditors query N2.1 billion incestuous transactions in Christ Embassy

Auditors appointed by the United Kingdom’s Charity Commission to review the accounts of the UK branch of the popular Christ Embassy, have raised eyebrows over suspicious payments worth N2.14 billion (£4.28 million) made to companies and organisation closely related to

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In Spite Of UBE, Parents Bear Burden Of Education In The FCT

Parents in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, are increasingly being forced to bear the full burden of primary and junior secondary education as the Universal Basic Education Board, UBEB, which has responsibility for basic education in the territory is hamstrung

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Group wants National Assembly leadership investigated for money laundering

The Nigerian Senate A civic group has petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over an alleged case of money laundering in banking transactions involving the National Assembly between 2009 and 2015. In the petition, signed by the chairman

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