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How Kwara govt freed suspects police indicted in deadly Jebba attack
Three people were killed and 12 others injured in the attack for which the suspects were arrested.
SPECIAL REPORT: Nigeria’s oil-rich communities abandoned in shocking poverty despite huge wealth
Niger Delta communities suffer grinding poverty despite producing Nigeria’s oil and gas wealth.
SPECIAL REPORT: Works Minister, Fashola, in N166 billion contract mess
The BPP queries the Federal Ministry of Works, Power and Housing over the proposed contracts for 10 road and bridge projects.
INVESTIGATION: Nigerian hospital where ‘medical negligence’ causes death of women, babies
Families of different victims narrated their sad experiences that caused the death of at least four people at the hospital.
INVESTIGATION: Despite neighbours’ anxiety, controversial Islamic sect preaches tolerance
Residents expressed fear that the group’s expansion and martial arts training had dubious intent.
INVESTIGATION: Inside Nigeria’s toxic ‘Tokunbo’ trade
Thousands of tons of used electronics and illegal e-waste are imported into Nigeria annually, exposing the country to deadly environmental danger.
EXCLUSIVE: How NIMASA sponsored Nigerian judge handling its cases on juicy foreign trips
The High Court judge’s daughter also enjoyed controversial unique benefits at the maritime agency.
Suspect who murdered 4-year-old for ritual dies controversially in police custody
Two suspects who confessed to the crime were initially detained by the police.
After surviving Boko Haram attacks, displaced persons die of diarrhoea in IDP camp
A second diarrhoea outbreak caused the death of 10 people at the IDP camp.
SHOCKING: How Nigeria’s secret police, SSS, “tortured” man to death; then paid family N15 million to keep mum
Saheed Eyitayo was arrested by the SSS on April 4 and was never seen alive by family and friends again.
SPECIAL REPORT: How NPA officials by-passed procurement laws to corner N717 billion contracts
The agency’s bigwigs use the illegal arrangement to award contracts to their cronies.
INVESTIGATION: How Nigerian Army ‘killed’ kidnapped pastor and labelled him militant
A PREMIUM TIMES’ investigation refutes the Army’s claim, and sheds light on the complexities of militant activities in the Niger Delta.
EXCLUSIVE: How I was captured, forced to marry Boko Haram terrorist – Cameroonian
The victim was kidnapped in Cameroon but freed in Nigeria by soldiers.
How Lagos govt., police, hoodlums connived to destroy our homes – Otodogbame residents
The police claimed it went there to restore order between two warring factions.
INVESTIGATION: How Visafone conned 2,000 workers into mass resignation before MTN takeover
“The management kept feeding us lies and denials, saying there was no truth in the rumour,” one of the sacked employees said.
EXCLUSIVE: Lt. Col. Abu Ali’s Death: Why Boko Haram is killing more Nigerian soldiers – Top Military Officer
“The Nigerian Army is more concerned with pleasing the political class while the grassroots people are still suffering.”
FACT-CHECK: How Top Nigerian politician lied, deceived U.S. court
The politician lied that he served a U.S. prison term in Nigeria.
EXCLUSIVE: Nigerian Army probes how 83 soldiers disappeared after Boko Haram attack
The army has replaced the missing commanding officer.
EXCLUSIVE: Buhari’s Minister was charged with fraud, then discharged under unclear circumstances
Those familiar with the case said the charge was suspended for political reasons.
INVESTIGATION: How foremost Nigerian university encourages child labour
“We normally convey students’ luggage … and we are paid N20, N30 or N50, depending on weight of the load,” one of the teenagers said.
EXCLUSIVE: Nigeria steel agency “wants rule bent for ‘corrupt’ firm to land N808.7 million job”
The Bureau for Public Procurement expresses “gross displeasure” at NSRMEA’s insistence.
FACT-CHECK: Buhari’s Independence Day claim on Boko Haram untrue
A group “defeated” in December has launched several attacks including on soldiers, this year, and still holds the Chibok girls.
EXCLUSIVE: Nigerian Army gives formal reasons why it dismissed 22 senior officers
“These charges are new to us. Nobody ever mentioned it or accused any of us, at least not me, before we were dismissed.”
INVESTIGATION: After deadly herdsmen attack, ‘forgotten’ Benue widows rebuild their lives, homes
Members of a community in Benue cannot return home since a bloody attack in 2014 by suspected Fulani herdsmen.
Fuel Sales: NNPC, Tinubu, Adenuga, Otedola, others owe Nigerian govt N86.4 billion
Some firms have started repaying for distribution of products over the last 10 years.