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INVESTIGATION: The deadly farms at Kirikiri

They live near tank farms storing highly inflammable fuels in Lagos, they run for their lives regularly.

[INVESTIGATION] The Massive MDG Fraud (2): How Nigeria’s water ministry steals billions, then leave the taps dry

This second part of our MDG series, uncovers how the Ministry of Water resources and its agencies are mismanaging funds meant to provide water for millions of Nigerians

[INVESTIGATION] The Massive MDG Fraud: How the health ministry steals from the sick and dying

In this first part of our series on the utilisation of the yearly $1billion for Millennium Development Goals' projects, we investigate the monumental corruption in the health ministry. We found that rather than help, the ministry is actually killing the country's hope of achieving the MDGs

How Ibori’s loot deprived Deltans of homes

The former governor's loot is a little less than Gombe State budget for this year

Untold stories of Ibori’s undying love for corruption

As the former governor heads for jail today, we x-ray his philosophy "Everyone has a Price" and bring you stories of his long-tem romance with corruption

PDP blasts IBB, accuses him of anti-party conducts

"The known tradition the world over is for former presidents to tow the path of maturity and decorum in criticisms of perceived lapses of the incumbents."

The Nigerian muslim and democracy By Aminu Tambuwal

As good Muslims and responsible citizens,we must strive to conduct ourselves peacefully and respect the views of others because this country belongs to all of us equally

Nigeria, five others ratify D-8 preferential trade agreement

Agreement is expected to facilitate more private sector involvement in agriculture, food security, and other sectors

Central Bank disbursed N10.19billion loans to farmers in 2011

Analysis of the disbursement shows that beneficiaries involved in food crops and livestock farming took the largest chunk of the amounts guaranteed by the apex bank as agricultural loans

EXCLUSIVE: Senators received bribe in dollars before subsidy removal

The bribes were tucked in envelopes and paid out before the Senate commenced its recess on December 20 last year. Many Senators collected on behalf of their colleagues

How Ibori, the thief in Government House, admitted stealing $250million

All is now set for notorious state robber and self-styled Ogidigbogbo of Africa to be thrown behind bars for monumental theft