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Border Closure: Akufo-Addo says 300 of Ghanaian local trucks stranded

NANA Akufo-Addo, the President  of Ghana says the closure of Nigeria's borders by the Federal Government’s  has led to about 300 trucks plying the...

Investigation: Corruption ruins FG’s N7bn Unity Schools’ security project— Part 1

In November 2018, the Immediate past Education Minister, Mallam Adamu Adamu, disclosed that the federal government reserved over N7bn between 2017 and 2018, to provide basic security facilities in 104 unity schools across the country.

How illegal mining is wiping out Ghana’s forests

Ghana is facing a serious risk of an environmental catastrophe due to the high level of environmentally unfriendly human activities such as illegal logging, illegal mining, and illegal farming within its forest reserves.
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INVESTIGATION: Many crises tearing apart Federal University Oye-Ekiti (PART II)

  IN the first part of this report, Yekeen AKINWALE who has been following the crises at Federal University Oye-Ekiti, in Ekiti State chronicled the...

INVESTIGATION: Many crises tearing apart Federal University Oye-Ekiti ( Part I)

EIGHT years after it was established, the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) in Ekiti State is still struggling with the teething problem, and more recently, the...

Injustice in ivory tower: The abandoned project called Tai Solarin College of Education (3)

THE Nigerian government customarily situates institutions of higher learning in rural communities in order that they may serve as catalysts for development. Tai Solarin...
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Injustice in ivory tower: The unreported ordeals of Ogun college’s staff (2)

ONE of the structures close to the main entrance of Tai Solarin College of Education is a place known as the Business Arena. Sitting...

Injustice in ivory tower: How lecturers in Ogun college die in silence as govt withholds salaries, entitlements (1)

Workers at the Tai Solarin College of Education are currently owed billions in salary arrears and unremitted cooperative and pension deductions by their employer-Ogun...

How bribe taking, voters’ frustration slow down collection of PVC in Lagos

In early April, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) decried low rate of Permanent Voters’ Cards' (PVC) collection, especially in the South West.  Lagos, which was...
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