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[VIDEO] Demolition: Abuja restaurant, Papiees Meatro still in court, says Manager

ONE of the managers of the recently demolished Abuja restaurant and garden - Papiees Meatro -  told The ICIR that the case was still...

VIDEO: The harrowing tales of Kogi residents escaping flooding to biting hunger

In Kogi State, each time flooding is discussed, the dredging of the River Niger repeatedly comes to mind. In Lokoja, the River Niger and...

Nigeria @ 62: What is special about your state? Nigerians speak

Nigerians speak on what makes their states of origin unique in this edition of The ICIR Eyes on the Street. Let us know yours in...
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VIDEO: We have stopped eating bread, parents say amid rising cost

Nigerians have reacted to the rising price of bread as bakers in some states announced price hikes to cover the high cost of ingredients. Watch...

[VIDEO] Nigerians react to rising transport cost

RESIDENTS of the Federal Capital Territory have lamented the rising cost of transport fares amid fuel scarcity and inflation. Watch the video below:

Shehu Sani opens up on 2023, worsening insecurity in the North

Senator Shehu Sani spoke exclusively to The International Centre for Investigative Reporting (The ICIR) on President Buhari's administration and the recent spate of insecurity...
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Tracking transport workers who benefited from N30,000 one-off grant in Imo State

By Chidera Rosecamille ANEKE AS part of the Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP) to cushion the effect of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the country, the...

VIDEO: Survivors narrate harrowing experience of Domestic Abuse during COVID-19 lockdown

DESPITE domestication of violence against Persons Prohibition (VAPP ACT), signed in 2019 by President Muhammadu Buhari, cases of Sexual and Gender-based Violence, SGBV are on the increase with those saddled with the responsibility of checking the scourge doing nothing to stop and protect those affected. The ICIR reports the travail of victims of SGBV during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Traders in Abuja freely sell snipers in open markets, month after NAFDAC banned product

IN response to the increasing incidents of suicide among Nigerians, a trend associated with consumption of poisonous substance such as Sniper, an agrochemical formulation,...
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