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EXCLUSIVE: How Saraki’s National Assembly spent N6.6billion Adeosun largesse on exotic cars
Funds for the vehicles were sourced from the N10billion the finance minister gave lawmakers
EXCLUSIVE: Minister Adeosun, Saraki, Dogara, Accountant General in N10 billion fraud scandal
Activists want anti-corruption agencies to call in Adesosun, Saraki and others for probe.
EXCLUSIVE: Security agencies complicit in theft of Senate mace
A suspended senator who shouldn’t have access to the Senate chamber led the thieves
Crisis looms in Nigeria hospitals as health workers announce indefinite strike
The JOHESU strike commences on Tuesday night.
INVESTIGATION: Nigerian Senator caught in certificate scandal
Mr Ogola takes his spot on the infamous list of prominent Nigerians indicted in certificate scandals.
SPECIAL REPORT: Women in Abuja communities abandon clinics, rely on traditional birth attendants for delivery
Many poor Nigerian women say they find care at formal health institutions cumbersome and the cost exorbitant
INVESTIGATION: Nigeria’s health centres still dysfunctional a year after govt began reconstruction
While the World Bank, EU and UK governments are rebuilding Nigeria’s health centres, our government is taking the back seat in quantity and quality.
Eight Nigerian lawmakers in $96,000 foreign training scandal
The lawmakers were to be sponsored by an agency they have oversight on.
SPECIAL REPORT: Anxiety as Nigerian doctors leave country in droves
“Nigeria should brace itself to losing more of its doctors,” an emigrant doctor says.
INVESTIGATION: How Lagos govt sidelined local operators for foreign company with no experience in waste collection
“One of the best known private sector companies in waste management is Visionscape,” Governor Ambode claimed.
SPECIAL REPORT: Four years after award of contract, Osogbo-Gbongan road remains a death-trap
The 30km road project, awarded in 2013, has been made worse for motorists.
EXCLUSIVE: For Engineering, University admissions led by three states — JAMB data
The second part of PREMIUM TIMES’ analyses of admission trends in Nigeria shows close competition in Engineering, and highlights failures.
SPECIAL REPORT: Why Nigeria, Cameroon must collaborate on wildlife protection
Hunting, even in contiguous national parks of both countries, continues.
FACT-CHECK: APC’s claim on Olisa Metuh’s letter to court incorrect; UK doctor has affiliation with Wellington Hospital
The doctor letter submitted by Mr. Metuh to the Federal High Court is authentic and the controversy around it was needless.
ANALYSIS: How Saraki is commanding loyalty, maintaining vice-hold grip on Senate
Forget Buhari, APC, this is Saraki’s Senate.
SPECIAL REPORT: Fresh crisis brews in Borno community rebuilt by UN after Boko Haram destruction
Some residents feel cheated and allege ethnic profiling.
INVESTIGATION: Nigerian health centres still abandoned a year after govt launched reconstruction
The federal government flagged off the scheme last year, but PHCs remain almost commonly deficient in health care delivery.
How accurate is Labour Minister’s claim on Buhari administration’s job creation figures?
The minister says “Agriculture and agric value chain alone have created more than 5-7 million jobs.”
EXCLUSIVE: Blocked from America, Atiku sells controversial $2.95 million U.S. home
The property was searched by the FBI in 2005 in connection with a bribery investigation.
SPECIAL REPORT: Lagos: Massive construction, hidden financial details
The state authorities have consistently refused to release details of ongoing projects.
EXCLUSIVE: Nigerian ambassador goes into hiding; NIA launches manhunt
It remains unclear whether the diplomat has fled abroad or remained in the country.
SPECIAL REPORT: The travails of Osogbo’s kid hawkers
The kids narrate their daily experiences pounding the streets for survival.
INVESTIGATION: Top Indian bank played key role in South Africa’s Gupta scandal
The three Gupta brothers have for years been major players in South African business.
INVESTIGATION: Despite millions of naira budgetary provision, Oyo school remains in ruins
A lawmaker and UBEC provide possible reasons for the status quo.