Investigations

INVESTIGATION: Asian company rakes in billions, pollutes Lagos, Ogun in illegal manufacture of black oil
by in Environment, Health, Investigations

The arrest of two Chinese nationals, Taolung Shen and Xu Jing Yau, in February 2017, for allegedly dealing in fake tyres, estimated at about N5.3 billon, dominated media space and put some businesses owned by foreigners on the spotlight. The case of...

INVESTIGATIONS… ‘THEY WANT OUR LANDS’: Horror, brutal killings as grazing disputes overwhelm Benue
by in Environment, Investigations, Rights & Advocacy

The people of Benue State seem to have had more than a fair share of tragedies emanating from attacks carried out by marauders suspected to be herdsmen. Hundreds have been killed, and whole communities sacked in attacks that smacks of a deliberate an...

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