Global Investigation: Pangolins: Trafficked to Extinction
Criminal syndicates in Africa and Asia are working together — and competing — to meet the seemingly insatiable demand for pangolins in China and other markets. Over 30 journalists investigate how illegal pangolin trafficking is leading the species to become extinct.
Jigawa Land Grabbing: Protesting farmers lament arrest, treatment by govt
The Jigawa State Government has allocated 12,000 hectares of the farmlands to a Chinese firm.
EXCLUSIVE: INTERPOL speaks on Maina’s ‘arrest warrant’
The global police organisation responds to a PREMIUM TIMES query on the wanted former civil servant.
INVESTIGATION: How latest Mambilla Plateau violence unfolded; leaving deaths, destruction
The violent conflict that pitted two ethnic groups last June was only the latest in a history of inter-ethnic tension that frequently erupts into mass killings.
INVESTIGATION: How LASU is killing the dreams of its students
“Some of our parents sold family lands to send us to school in the hope of after the result, you get a good job, and you buy them lands or maybe houses… But you enter for a programme of five years and you are spending seven years, and you don’t have results.”