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BAMAS Victoria

Bamas Victoria is a multimedia journalist resident in Nigeria. She is on Twitter with the handle @BamasVictoria and email : vbamas@icirnigeria.org
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Women economic empowerment interventions in Enugu: How to fix what’s standing on the way

HAVING women enlisted into an Igwe's cabinet in an Enugu community to provide them with leadership positions so that they can be part of...

PDP presidential primary: Tambuwal steps down for Atiku

UPDATED: THE governor of Sokoto state Aminu Tambuwal has withdrawn from the 2023 People's Democratic Party, (PDP) presidential primary race. Tambuwal said he is stepping...

FLASH POINTS: How driving in Abuja can be dangerous

This report spotlights danger zones for drivers and residents in Abuja after speaking to motorists and leaders of the National Union of Road Transport...
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Twelve different online scams you should know

SCAMMERS have taken advantage of the internet and social media to defraud people of their hard-earned money using various tricks.  This article highlights various scamming...

ICIR wins FOI award

THE International Centre for Investigative Reporting (The ICIR) has won an award for utilising the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act in its work in...

Riding on WhatsApp, scam sites soar in wake of COVID-19

Troubling misinformation around COVID-19 and its vaccines have hit Nigeria. The country also has to bother about cyber insecurity riding on the cottail of...
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Will salt water gargling, nose rinsing wash COVID-19 away?

A man in a video that went viral prescribed a salt solution as a cure for COVID-19. He said rinsing the nose and gargling salt...

Twitter did not change ‘like’ and ’retweet’ button colour in solidarity with June 12 protest

ON Saturday, June 12, 2021, many Nigerians across multiple locations took to the streets in protest against the Federal Government's inability to tackle insecurity...

Facebook CEO did not author tweet claiming Buhari ‘cannot think properly’

A tweet says that Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is suffering from ‘inability to think properly.’  This has gone viral on the social media, with...
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