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Samad Uthman is a multimedia journalist with the International Centre for Investigative Reporting. He tweets @sarmerdk2 and can be shot through suthman@icirnigeria.org

Right groups decry Kaduna State Government’s attempts to frustrate judicial process over Odinkalu’s case

 By Uthman Samad TWO Abuja based right groups, Open Bar Initiative and Global Right Initiative have decried the slow pace of judicial process and violations...

UTME 2020: JAMB to release 450,000 UTME results, clears air on rumoured cancellation

  By Uthman Samad THE  Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it would today (Wednesday) release 450,000 results of candidates who sat for its Unified...

I am back home to start from where I stopped – Agba Jalingo

 By Uthman SAMAD THE Publisher of Cross RiverWatch, Agba Jalingo has said that he would be resuming his journalism career from where he stopped before...
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INVESTIGATION: Osun, Ondo-Southwest states where illegal mining, untapped resources scoop Nigeria’s economy

  As illegal and unrestricted mining of the nation's solid minerals continues unchecked in many parts of the country, it is becoming clearer that it...

ICIR investigation: Poly Ibadan seals business centre trading in plagiarised student theses

By Uthman SAMAD (Student reporter) THE management of the Polytechnic Ibadan in Oyo State has closed down Kalkulus Concept, the business centre on campus that...

After ICIR Investigation, Poly Ibadan management sacks lecturer, set up panel for investigation

By Uthman Samad THE management of The Polytechnic Ibadan has sacked Bamishaye Olatunji Abiodun, a junior lecturer at the Department of Mass Communication for professional...
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Inside The Ibadan Polytechnic where corruption thrives (Part 2)

 The first part of this undercover investigation exposed how students of The Polytechnic Ibadan are being extorted by the academic staff of the institution,...

Inside The Polytechnic Ibadan where corruption thrives (Part I)

Without much ado, just as was done for students before me, she asked me to pen my name with matriculation number of is optional and paid to the fat lady. I penned down name my name with a wrong matriculation number

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