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SPECIAL REPORT: How patients lose lives, body parts due to alleged medical negligence at Nigerian hospitals
Victims narrate their sordid experiences at government-run hospitals.
SPECIAL REPORT: How corruption fuelled allocation of Nigeria’s oil blocks
Oil block allocations have been dogged with nepotism, ‘forced marriages,’ and other forms of corruption.
SPECIAL REPORT: Amidst safety concerns, Nigeria signs nuclear power project with Russia’s Rosatom
Activists and civil society groups also complain about the secrecy of the agreements.
ANALYSIS: Buhari’s ministers’ scorecard after two years (Concluding Part)
While Nigeria exited recession, hardship intensified across the land and respect for rights did not improve.
ANALYSIS: Buhari’s ministers’ scorecard after two years (2)
PREMIUM TIMES presents the midterm scorecard of a second set of ministers based on their promises and fulfilment (or not).
ANALYSIS: Buhari’s ministers’ scorecard after two years (1)
PREMIUM TIMES presents the midterm scorecard of the ministers based on their promises and fulfilment (or not).
SPECIAL REPORT: Senate of Lateness, Disorderliness: Saraki, Ekweremadu, all others culpable
The Senate constantly violates its own rules, even on quorum.
How Nigerian judges, other court officials defrauded govt of N4.8 billion – Audit Report
From ghost projects to unrepaid loans and duplication of recepits, judicial officers cheated the system.
Over two years in office, Buhari continues to violate Nigeria’s procurement law
The law seeks to ensure transparency and accountability in public procurement.
Nigeria’s vaccine production centre remains comatose despite govt assurances
The centre was closed in 1991 by the Federal Government for rehabilitation and upgrading.
FACT-CHECK: Documents show Kachikwu lied against Buhari, NNPC GMD in $2.89 billion contract claim
Our checks show the minister’s allegation against the President and Mr. Baru is false
EXCLUSIVE: Buhari, Osinbajo violate Nigerian laws in new board appointments
The president and his deputy sacked the board of an agency and appointed a new one without recourse to the constitution.
INVESTIGATION: The terrible state of Nigeria’s Primary Healthcare Centres (2)
Abandoned, understaffed, and unequipped PHCs across Nigeria lead to deaths of many, mainly women and children.
SPECIAL REPORT: November of Deaths: Over 200 killed in attacks across Northern Nigeria
The victims are majorly unarmed civilians but include soldiers and other para-military officials.
How drowning Chinese-owned oil firm paid millions of dollars as bribe to Nigerian officials
At least two former ministers and a former president played roles in the controversial deals.
Paradise Papers: Inside the complex offshore world of Arik Air founder, Arumemi-Ikhide
The businessman says there is no big deal owning multiple shell companies in tax havens
Paradise Papers: Huge chunk of Dangote’s fortune now kept in tax haven
The richest man in Africa also invested $50 million in a Mauritius-incorporated private equity fund, Carlyle Sub-Saharan Fund Limited
INVESTIGATION: The terrible state of Nigeria’s Primary Healthcare Centres (PART ONE)
Unqualified and overworked staff, abandoned facilities and lack of drugs are common tales from this critical sector across the country.
INVESTIGATION: Years after award of multi-million naira contracts, federal health centres never built
In Enugu State, several federal primary health facilities are either never constructed despite contracts, or left in tatters.
INVESTIGATION: Europe in Africa: The Price of Partnerships
African and European leaders run the risk of taking actions that will worsen the Mediterranean migration.
Paradise Papers: Zenith Bank’s chair, Jim Ovia, offers to refund £11 million tax he allegedly avoided
Companies associated with the Zenith Bank chairman are accused of using artificial leasing scheme to claim undeserved VAT refund.
EXCLUSIVE: Lawyer counters EFCC, says Ikoyi money whistle-blower yet to be paid
A lawyer gives a rare insight into the intrigues he says have yet denied his client of N850 million.
Paradise Papers: Jim Ovia alone benefited from our offshore firms — Emefiele
The CBN governor says he has since resigned from the firms.
How Nigeria’s largest Independent Power Plant is set up to funnel billions to tax haven
Paradise Papers offer insight into how millions of dollars will be shipped to Mauritius using Nigeria’s largest IPP
Violating laws, CBN Governor Emefiele illegally operates secret companies in tax havens
An expansive investigation by a consortium of 380 journalists unearth illegal acts by Nigeria’s top central banker.