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VIDEO: Abuja-Kaduna train kidnap victims narrate surviving 75 days of terror

The International Centre for Investigative Reporting The ICIR) spoke exclusively to victims and relevant stakeholders on the ill-fated Abuja-Kaduna train attacked by terrorists. Watch the...

INVESTIGATION: How networking firms use fake job vacancies to exploit, lure job seekers

In this report, Abdulrasheed Hammad uncovers how networking marketers and others ride on the high unemployment rate in Nigeria to lure and exploit job...

How neglected Numan-Jalingo road dreprives Adamawa, Taraba investments; exposes motorists to fatalities 

By Idris Kamal Ibrahi In what looks like an endless circle of deception, the federal government continues to release billions of naira for the rehabilitation...
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Their Wealth of Woes: How Universal Energy exploits Unyenge community, violates guidelines

By Tony Esin Universal Energy Resources Limited (UERL) a marginal field operator of OML 14  has been drilling crude oil at full commercial capacity...

ANALYSIS: Nigeria’s jailbreaks point to a prison system out of step with reality

By Lanre Ikuteyijo, Obafemi Awolowo University and James Olabisi Ayodele, Obafemi Awolowo University On the night of 5 July 2022, 879 inmates escaped from the...

Escaping bandits to biting hunger: The life of IDPs in Kebbi camps

By Beloved John In this report, WikkiTimes’ Beloved John reports that despite the well-publicised reports of several cases of killings and kidnappings and the displacement...
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The BBC in Nigeria: Between reporting and propagating terror, By Kadaria Ahmed

By Kadaria Ahmed It has simply gotten out of hand. Journalists and now a global media organisation of repute, the BBC, which should know better, are...

The bandit warlords of Zamfara

By Daniel Adamson IN northwestern Nigeria bandit gangs raid villages, attack drivers, abduct schoolchildren, and kill anyone who resists. But who are these men, and...

How ignorance about trans fat contribute to rise in chronic diseases in Nigeria

By Dare Akogun Trans fats, according to medical practitioners, have no known health benefits and are a contributor to cardiovascular diseases worldwide. In Nigeria, efforts...
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