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Amos ABBA

Amos Abba is a journalist with the International Center for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, who believes that courageous investigative reporting is the key to social justice and accountability in the society.
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Elon Musk rolls in new investors to fund Twitter deal – SEC filing

BINANCE, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges has joined a cohort of 18 investors that plan to support Elon Musk’s $44 billion bid...

Telecom operators propose 40% tariff hike in data, calls

TELECOMMUNICATION companies (telcos) are asking for a 40 per cent increase in the cost of calls, SMS and data due to rising operational costs...

44% of Nigerian companies paid ransom to hackers for hijacked data in 2021 – Report

OVER 71 per cent of Nigerian businesses were hit by ransomware attacks in 2021 while 44 per cent of the affected firms paid ransom...
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Ochanya: Suspect acquitted, wife convicted over rape and death of 13-year-old

THE Federal High Court in Makurdi, on Thursday, sentenced Felicia Ochiga-Ogbuja, to five months in jail for negligence that led to the rape and...

Elon Musk’s Twitter acquisition raises concerns over free speech

AS the board of Twitter agrees to Elon Musk's $44 billion takeover offer, the world's richest person's stance on free speech is in the...

Twitter closer to accepting $43 billion bid from Elon Musk

MEMBERS of Twitter's Board of Directors are currently in final talks to sell the company to billionaire Elon Musk, who proposed an unsolicited offer...
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Electricity consumers should not purchase, repair transformers, others – FCCPC

The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) says purchasing, replacing or repairing transformers and other electrical equipment used in power distribution is not...

Lagos govt reopens Chrisland schools amid investigation into Dubai sex scandal

The Lagos State Government has reopened all Chrisland schools shut down over a sex scandal involving some students of the institution. This was disclosed in...

Nigerian, Tunisian farmers run into malnutrition over climate change

By: Amira Karoud (USA), Amos Abba (Nigeria), and Camille Aneke (Nigeria) TWO years ago, a 39-year-old farmer Umma Auwalu took a loan from a microfinance...
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UAE mulls lifting work permit restrictions on Nigerians

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