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STORIESVIEW FROM ABROAD/Le Point, Paris : Assessing The Nigerian President’s Achievements

When Muhammadu Buhari took office, Nigeria had serious security and economic issues. But he promised to tackle the numerous economic challenges that the biggest African economy (560 billion GDP) was facing, and to fight corruption. Where are we now, as the incumbent seeks re-election in February 2019? Read more

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Why Buhari banned 50 high-profile Nigerians from travelling – Presidency

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday ordered a travel ban on 50 high-profile Nigerians to stop them from selling off assets acquired with stolen funds, the presidency has said. Read more

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Buhari vs Atiku Campaigns: It Is Anti-Corruption Vs Restructuring And A Year Of The ‘Little Man’ By Jonah Ayodele Obajeun

Electioneering narratives push the boundaries of decision making for the electorates, but when laced with ethno-religious biases and inciteful contents, the inherent damage it can do to the psyche of the people has far reaching impact in the negative, especially in the post-election period when feuding parties are hunted by the wounds they inflict on others or inflicted on them. Such discontents often engender parochial misgivings anchored on fragmented

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Nigerian journalists shine at West Africa Media Excellence Awards

Three Nigerian journalists emerged winners of their categories at the West Africa Media Excellence Conference and Awards held in Accra on Saturday. Read more

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This thing called corruption

The word corruption is such a powerful word, it can make you a villain or a hero. Read more

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Travel Ban: Buhari repeating ‘evil Decree 2’ — Atiku

The Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, on Sunday condemned the restriction of 50 unnamed Nigerians and seizure of their assets without due judicial pronouncement. Read more

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EU funds workshop to address inadequate advocacy by Nigerian CSOs

The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ) today commenced a series of trainings to help increase the use of data and improve evidence-based advocacy by Civil Society Organisations. Read more

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ActionAid trains Nigerian journalists on fight against social injustice, poverty

Twenty-nine Nigerian journalists have been trained by ActionAid Nigeria on how to help in the fight against corruption, social injustice, and poverty in the country. Read more

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Blackmail will not distract my fight for masses, say Shehu Sani

The senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has said that no amount of blackmail would stop him from fighting for the masses in Kaduna State, and by extension all over Nigeria, even as he dismissed a bribery allegation against him by the All Progressives Congress (APC) committee that conducted the primaries in the state. Read more

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Why is Buhari Retaining Yusuf as NHIS Boss?

It is always very depressing when pro-Buhari activists make noise about the President’s so called war against corruption. These people want us to believe that the President is truly fighting corruption. This position is so difficult to reconcile with the loads of sleaze allegations against key figures of the Buhari government and heads of federal agencies. It pours from Barugate to NNPCgate, to Maihajagate to NHISgate, to Mainagate and Babachirgate.

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