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INSIDE STORY: Illegal loan apps ‘victims’ form groups to seek retribution, vow not to repay

By Bankole Abe and Omolola Pedro DEBT collectors for many loan apps in Nigeria exploit unconventional techniques to shame defaulting borrowers to retrieve loans. This has...

Ekiti: Why Senator Olujimi, Rep. Bamisile’s LGA has been in darkness for seven years

THE Ekiti East Local Government Area (LGA) of Ekiti State is among the areas that have not seen grid electricity for some years in...

Living with the ghost (II): Life after military brutality in Bayelsa

By Godson Etete Following the report of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Police Brutality and other Related Matters, set up in Bayelsa state in...
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INSIDE STORY: Pastor who charges N310,000 for ‘rapture’ allegedly charged N350,000 for ‘gifts of Holy Spirit’ (3)

FOLLOWING the report on 'How pastor who charges N310,000, keeps dozens of Nigerians in his church in preparation for ‘rapture’, additional information has emerged...

How Abuja became the city with uncovered manholes

MANHOLES and gully pots are supposed to be an advantage to any urban city, but in Abuja they are often a danger spot waiting...

INSIDE STORY: How pastor who charges N310,000 for ‘rapture’ allegedly ‘snatched’ choirmaster’s wife, abandoned his (2)

FOLLOWING the report on how 'How pastor who charges N310,000, keeps dozens of Nigerians in church in preparation for ‘rapture’, additional information has emerged...
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How ignorance, poverty drive illegal logging, deforestation in Ekiti

By Peace OLADIPO SWEAT dripped from their bodies as their chainsaws' noise constantly revved-up and brattled and the saws slid in and took the life...

Inside the illegal trading of forest woods in Cross River community

By Kehinde Ogunyale “WITH a N20,000 bribe, an external buyer can influence the youth in host communities in Cross River state, to cut down trees...

How charcoal, indiscriminate logging contribute to deforestation in Kwara

By Abdulrasheed Hammad In Kwara State, the loggers and charcoal producers are making fortunes from deforestation but no one is planting to replace the fallen...
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Illegal loan apps ignore Nigeria’s cyber laws, continue to shame customers

RAUFU Kareem took a loan from AddMoney, an app...

Untold story of adults who rape male children

Sexual abuse is on the rise in various parts of the country, but not much is reported especially about the cases of little boys who get sodomised by adults. Grace OBIKE reports that the sexual abuse of male children is frequent because the law enforcement agents often fail to prosecute the perpetrators.

How Lafarge’s mining, corruption cause untold hardship to Mfamosing community (Part 1)

By Ekemini Simon WHILE Lafarge Africa PLC boasts of a...

FLASH POINTS: How driving in Abuja can be dangerous

This report spotlights danger zones for drivers and residents...

Company formed by 38 Australian universities rakes in millions from IELTS as Nigerians groan

ADENIYI Adebayo, 31, moved from Nigeria to Europe to...
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Controversy trails sale of billion naira worth Radio Nigeria Building for N100 million

By Temitayo Odunlami The six-storey building at 45, Martins Street,...