Tag Archives: Nigerian newspapers

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Buhari’s body language shows a confused administration —Afolabi-Akiyode

The Chairperson of Transition Monitoring Group, Dr. Abiola Afolabi-Akiyode, Thursday, said the body language of President Muhammdu Buhari shows a confused administration that cannot lead Nigeria to a state of development, stating she has lost confidence in his administration. Afolabi-Akiyode said this at the maiden edition of Ripples Nigeria Dialogue tagged “Rebuilding Trust in a […]

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Special report… Beyond conflicts, Benue losing food basket status amid climate change challenges and subsistence farming

In Benue, a state in Nigeria’s Middle Belt, as the governor battles conflicts thrown up by clashes between farmers and herdsmen, he is equally building million-dollar farms, while local farmers are no longer able to farm due to challenges posed by climate change. Kelechukwu Iruoma looks at the danger of a potential food shortage in […]

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Ripples Nigeria gets commendation at Wole Soyinka Awards

Ripples Nigeria, a frontline multimedia online news platform has once again added to its array of accomplishments in investigative journalism. Its reporter, Ebere Ndukwu was awarded a certificate of commendation at the 12th Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting (WSAIJ), which held in Ikeja, Saturday night. The commendation followed an investigative report titled “Investigation… Aregbesola […]

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Again, honour beckons for Ripples Nigeria, gets shortlisted for Wole Soyinka Awards

Once again, Ripples Nigeria, one of Nigeria’s emerging multimedia online news platforms is set to add to its array of accomplishments in investigative journalism. Its Reporter, Ebere Ndukwu has been shortlisted for the Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting (WSAIJ). This is coming barely two months after Ripples Nigeria received outstanding recognition at the Pricewaterhouse […]

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Ripples Nigeria shines at PwC Media Excellence Award 2017

Ripples Nigeria, foremost multimedia online news platform in Nigeria, received outstanding recognition at the Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) Media Excellence Award 2017 held Friday in Lagos, for its important contribution to enterprise and the economy through excellent, relevant and impactful reporting. At the award which “celebrates and rewards excellence in business reporting in Nigeria”, Ripples Nigeria […]

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INVESTIGATION… Yaba College of Technology: Plethora of graft trails Rector, staff

Sheltered in the heart of Lagos mainland, its sultry environment belies the rot within. But this has not always been so. Established in 1947, Yaba College of Technology is Nigeria’s pioneer higher educational institution. The institution, rather than attract fame for educational achievements, is currently embroiled in different corruption allegations. The school has been rocked […]

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SPECIAL REPORT: 3000 hectares ruined, ‘food basket’ threatened; How floods ravaged Benue, raising concerns over impact of climate change

In Benue, a state in Nigeria’s Middle Belt, persistent rains and heavy floods are ravaging farmlands, thereby affecting food production and forcing farmers to migrate. Ripples Nigeria’s Kelechukwu Iruomavisited Guma and Makurdi on the trail of destruction inflicted on the state largely known as Nigeria’s food basket. Titus Agbaape, 61, sits under an orange tree with […]

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