Tag Archives: Nigerian newspapers

by in Crime & Reporting, Investigations, Rights & Advocacy

INVESTIGATION… Tour of Lagos LGs reveals tricks by INEC officials at frustrating voter registration

A report released in March 2018 by the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC), which showed that Lagos state had about 1,401,390 million PVC’s still in its possession and that just 5,095 had been collected since the commencement of distribution in April 2017, aroused curiosity. Ripples Nigeria correspondent, Akin Obakeye, visited 10 local government areas out […]

by in Crime & Reporting, Investigations, Rights & Advocacy

INVESTIGATION… NIMBO MASSACRE: Two years after, killers evade justice, govt abandons victims

By Patrick Egwu… In every conflict, people are always at the heart of it – from those who were killed, relatives of the deceased and chilling stories of survivors. Sadly, often times, the voices of these people are hardly heard as the power play by politicians always dominates discourse with a show of interests. On […]

by in Environment, Health, Investigations

Investigation… GAS FLARING: A story of wasted wealth and how a N/Delta community grapples with infertility

By Sunday Orji… “…Before the end of the third day, all the animals that took the water died“. The flares at Obrikom in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of RIvers State, never die. Fumes from high vertical flare stack stay steadfast in the air; darkening the day and brightening the twilight. The plants and shrubs and […]

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