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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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INSIDE STORY: How pastor who charges N310,000, keeps dozens of Nigerians in church in preparation for ‘rapture’

NOAH Abraham, the founder of the Christ High Commission, is keeping about 40 people in his church at the Araromi-Ugbesi in Omuo-Oke, Ekiti State...

How inflation is driving a new wave of malnutrition in Yemen, Nigeria

By Niyi Oyedeji and Sahar Mohammed SOARING food prices in Yemen and Nigeria are predisposing more households to malnutrition as both countries face insurgency and...

INVESTIGATION: Denial backfires, reveals more procurement irregularities in Oyo State Notebook contracts

By Olanrewaju Oyedeji Oyo State government’s attempts to defend itself against the revelations in Dataphyte’s report of “Notebook Gate” has backfired spectacularly leading to even...
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INSIDE STORY: How NFF sold ‘N120m worth ticketing’ right at N5m for Nigeria–Ghana return match

ON Tuesday, March 29, 2022, Nigeria's Super Eagles played the Black Stars of Ghana in the return leg of the final play-off for the...

Nigerian, Tunisian farmers run into malnutrition over climate change

By: Amira Karoud (USA), Amos Abba (Nigeria), and Camille Aneke (Nigeria) TWO years ago, a 39-year-old farmer Umma Auwalu took a loan from a microfinance...

Living with ghosts (I) : Life after encounter with police brutality in Bayelsa state

Following the report of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Police Brutality and other Related Matters, set up in Bayelsa state in 2020,  Godson...
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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...

Adama Adama, owner of Enadama Group, defrauds investor of over N8m, shuts down office

ENADAMA Group touts itself as one of the leading...

How Amnesty International turns blind eye to human rights abuses in Nigeria, bullies staff 

Following a report published by West Africa Weekly about...

Controversy trails new Customs VIN-valuation system for imported cars

SINCE the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) introduced its new...

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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,...