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Ajibola AMZAT

Ajibola Amzat, Managing Editor at The ICIR. He can be reached via aaamzat@icirnigeria.org and @ajibolaamzat on Twitter.
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How Twitter Users trolled Chinelo the lady who died in train attack

A doctor, Chinelo Megafu Nwando hardly shared personal opinions on Twitter, rather she retweeted posts by others. “I come here to retweet stuff mostly.” That...

Victims of Abuja- Kaduna train attack

TERRORIST had on Monday attacked the Abuja-Kaduna train carrying hundreds of passengers, reportedly killing nine and kidnapping several others. The ICIR profiled the dead using...

How Amnesty International turns blind eye to human rights abuses in Nigeria, bullies staff 

Following a report published by West Africa Weekly about the secret alliance between Amnesty International Nigeria (AIN) and the Department of State Services (DSS),...
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Why we volunteer to fight in Ukraine

NIGERIANS who have indicated interest to fight on the side of Ukraine in the ongoing war between the eastern European country and Russia have...

Is Ghana national ID card admissible as e-passport in 44,000 airports globally?

ON FEBRUARY 10, 2022, the Ghanaian presidency tweeted that Ghana’s national identity card would be recognised globally as a valid e-passport/ID card. The Office of the President...

Biden bans Russian flights from American airspace

LESS than 72 hours after announcing the embargo on the Russian international reserve, the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, has...
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Troubled city in darkness (Part three)

In part three of this series, Ajibola AMZAT reports how the year-long shutdown of electricity in Borno State affects private businesses and the activities...

Swiss company, Litasco, allegedly sold contaminated oil to Nigeria

DUKE Oil, a subsidiary of the Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC), and Litasco Group, an international oil trading company, have been identified as...

Maiduguri: Troubled city in darkness ( Part two)

In part two of this series, Ajibola AMZAT reports how the year-long shutdown of electricity in Borno State affects government businesses, and tests the...
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