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‘Overwhelmed’ by Lagos waste, foreign firm contracted by Ambode turns to local PSP operators
The Lagos State government legislated a monopoly in the evacuation of waste from residential areas.
How neglected PHCs leave many in Nasarawa without healthcare
Public primary healthcare centres in Nasarawa are mostly in neglect and failing to deliver services to the Nigerians who cannot afford to look elsewhere.
EXCLUSIVE: JAMB official blames Boko Haram for missing funds, another says poverty ‘stole’ N7million
“You need the grace of God in the state offices not to steal money because money is tempting.”
SPECIAL REPORT: Shuwari: Neglected Borno community without school, water, health facilities
Just three kilometres from Maiduguri, abandonment means Shuwari residents live virtually like in a stone age.
Inside Lamidi Adedibu’s deserted Ibadan ‘palace’, crumbling political dynasty
Mr. Adedibu was called the “Garrison Commander” when he called the shots in Oyo State, until his death on June 11, 2008.
INVESTIGATION: At Nigeria’s abandoned nuclear centre, failed projects, idle staff and ‘fraud’ [Part 2]
Staff say the project has been used to steal money, while contractors deploy anytime there is a whiff of a probe.
INVESTIGATION: How CBN’s N220 billion fund for small businesses is shrouded in secrecy, ‘malpractices’
While the CBN claims that about N76 billion has been disbursed to MSMEs, investigations reveal the opposite.
INVESTIGATION: The appalling, risky state of Nigeria’s multi-billion Naira Nuclear Technology Centre (1)
Poor contract execution despite full payment, inadequate funding, others put the centre is an abysmal state.
EXCLUSIVE: The untold security, intelligence conundrum of the Buhari administration
The power tussle within the president’s closest advisers causes confusion within security circles.
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.