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SHOCKING: How Buhari’s 103 days in London cost Nigeria N400m

By Gbenga Odunsi, Abuja The medical vacation of President Muhammadu Buhari in London is still a trending topic in Nigeria. It has been a total of 103 days since President Muhammadu Buhari left Nigeria for a second medical vacation in

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FEATURE: Quality education for children in IDPs camps

By Mariam Sanni, Abuja Since 2009, Boko Haram have abducted more than 2000 women and girls. Over 27 million children are estimated to lack access to education, many are being used for suicide bombings, as sex slaves and countless other

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How political cabal is behind delay in conduct of population census

By Dupe Oloyede, Abuja The conduct of the planned 2018 population census may still tarry as investigations revealed that there is more to the overdue presidential proclamation and the excuses of lack of funds. For every developed country, enumeration of

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2019: How 28 aspirants secretly jostle for Oyo state governor’s seat

By Abubakar Sodiq The coming 2019 race is one governorship election that will shape so many things and indeed the future of Oyo state, AljazirahNigeria findings have revealed. The call for power rotation and current struggles by a section of

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How school authorities repeatedly ignore signs a building prone to collapse in Abuja

By Dupe Oloyede, Abuja  In a bid to avert a disaster that could claim the lives of hundreds of school students studying at the Government Science Secondary school, Maitama, Abuja, parents have continued to call attention of the school authorities

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Reigners Bible Church Collapse: AljazirahNigeria investigation reveals shocking outcomes

Commission of Inquiry reports were swept under the carpet No institution indicted or found culpable By Abel Benjamin, Uyo The report of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the December 10th, 2016 Reigners Bible Church Building Collapse in Uyo the

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2019 Elections: APC, PDP secretly nominates candidates

By Gaaden Puun, Abuja The Supreme Court verdict that restored powers back to the Senator Ahmed Makarfi of the major opposition People Democratic Party, PDP may come with casualties, but it creates a new political horizon to the 2019 gladiators in

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Oil Spill: How Akwa Ibom communities threatened violence, bloodshed against oil companies

By Abel Benjamin‎, Uyo The cordial relationship between the communities in Akwa Ibom State and the oil companies operating in the areas has deteriorated and has shown signs of serious cracks, AljazirahNigeria investigation reveals. The state is regarded as the

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Bayelsa Radio GM, union leaders’ face-off gets messier over alleged embezzlement

By Asare Asare There is no letting up in the lingering bad blood between the general manager of Radio Bayelsa, Mr John Idumange, and the staff union leaders ever since he publicly flogged RATTAWU union leaders early in February 2017.

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2 years of numerous achievements of the Chief of Army staff, Major General Buratai

By Yemi Esho, Abuja When on July 13, 2015 President Muhammadu Buhari appointed the then Major General Tukur Yusuff Buratai as the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), there came a sigh of relief from those who know him as a

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