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Damilola OJETUNDE

Head of Data Unit, International Centre For Investigative Reporting, ICIR. Shoot me a mail at oojetunde@icirngeria.org
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How Gates’ uninformed COVID-19 projection spiked misinformation

On February 25, 2020, Bill Gates, a co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), claimed that Africa could be the worse hit...

Buhari, Osinbajo, Malami, others run active Twitter accounts despite prosecution threat

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari’s Twitter account is still active despite his administration's ban on the operations of the microblogging platform and its threat to prosecute...

Abdulkadir, Olayinka, Hayat among officers killed in plane crash

ON Friday, Nigeria lost its Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Ibrahim Attahiru,  a Lieutenant General, in a military plane crash. He died alongside his...
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Nigeria’s inflation drops, but economy still in slump

THE Consumer Price Index (CPI) released on Tuesday by the National Bureau Statistics (NBS)  indicated that the country’s inflation rate dropped to 18.12 per...

Only Lagos, FCT, Ogun are fiscally sustainable as states’ IGR declines in 2020

THE Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) by States released on Friday shows that only Lagos, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Ogun State are fiscally...

Nigeria’s cost of living worsens as inflation rate spikes to 18.17%

INFLATION rate in Nigeria has increased to 18.17 per cent in March 2021, indicating the highest level since January 2017, the Consumer Price Index...
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Hard times persist as bus fares rise by 78% in 1 year

ON the average, transport fare by bus within Nigerian cities increased by 78.08 percent in the last one year, according to a report released...

Amid rising unemployment, Nigeria’s inflation rate jumps to 17.33% in February

AS Nigeria’s unemployment rate continues to rise, its inflation rate has jumped to 17.33 percent (year-on-year) in February 2021, indicating the highest level in...

Germany, France, Thailand, 15 others suspend AstraZeneca vaccine

No fewer than 18 countries have suspended the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine administration across the world as of Monday, March 15. The trend has continued in many...
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