ICIR trains North-Central, South-East journalists on data, investigative journalism

THE International Centre for Investigative Reporting (The ICIR) has concluded a three-day training program for a select group of...

INVESTIGATION: Collapse of Public Schools: Inside the first-class schools children of Akwa Ibom elite attend

This is the fifth in a six-part series by CLETUS UKPONG on how corruption, poor budget planning and implementation, and outright neglect led to the near-collapse of public education in Akwa Ibom, one of Nigeria’s richest states.
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‘Many journalists not literate about budgets and procurement processes’

Tajudeen Suleiman, Director of Projects at the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR), says corruption thrives in public institutions...

INVESTIGATION: Fraud, failed projects, idle staff at Nigeria’s abandoned nuclear centre (II)

Awarded at over N400 million in 2009, what was supposed to be a radioactive waste management facility at Nigeria’s...
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INVESTIGATION: Small businesses, big trouble: CBN’s N220bn small enterprise fund shrouded in secrecy

Four years after the Central Bank of Nigeria launched the N220 billion Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Development...

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