Nigeria Risks A ‘Lost Generation’ Of Children In The North-East

Amnesty International on Wednesday called on the Nigerian Government to urgently address its failure to protect and provide education to an entire generation of children in the North-East, a region devastated by years of Boko Haram atrocities and gross violations by the military. A 91-page report released on Wednesday titled: ‘We dried our tears’: Addressing […]

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Amnesty International Details How Nigerian Troops Sexually Abuse Children Accused Of Terrorism

A global rights group, Amnesty International, has condemned the treatment of children arrested and suspected of engaging in terrorism. AI said the children are usually locked up alongside adult terrorists who sexually abuse them while military officials look the other way. The rights group said this in its latest report titled, ‘We dried our tears: Addressing […]

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$18.34m Paid To Nigerian Kidnappers In Nine Years —Report

About $18.34m has been paid by families, friends and loved ones of kidnap victims in Nigeria in the last nine years, a new report by SBM Intelligence has shown. The report titled ‘Nigeria’s Kidnap Problem’: The Economics of the Kidnap Industry in Nigeria, highlighted that a large proportion of the amount (just below $11m) was […]

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Lagos Dubai, A Forbidden Dream Of Nigerian Power

In Nigeria there is a power group that crosses African borders through, which the country’s most important economic interests pass. His every decision affects 220 million inhabitants. An international political, economic and financial cartel that branches from Nigeria to the United States via Lebanon, Dubai, the Netherlands and Italy. His interests lead to the development […]

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Eight Countries In Africa Have Less Than 100 COVID-19 Cases

Eight countries in Africa have recorded less than 100 COVID-19 cases since the first infection on the continent was recorded in Egypt in February. Several of these countries have low population density, meaning there are few crowded communities compared to South Africa, Egypt and Nigeria where the virus has spread rapidly. Some however, have conducted […]

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Nigeria’s Defence Ministry Budgets $510,110 Instead Of $13,631 For 2020 UN Biological Weapon Convention

In a well-orchestrated corruption scheme, the Ministry of Defence has budgeted $510,110 instead of $13,631.49 for Nigeria’s contribution to the United Nations 2020 Biological Weapons Convention. SaharaReporters had previously exposed how the Defence Ministry budgeted and received $1.3m for the payment of the United Nations 2019 Biological Weapons Convention instead of the $3,197 the country was […]

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252 Nigerians Killed By State, Non-state Actors In May 2020 –CML Report

Not less than 252 Nigerians were killed by both state and non-state actors in series of violence that occurred in May 2020. This was revealed in the latest life count report by the Civic Media Lab. Over 68 persons were also kidnapped in different parts of the country during the period under review. The report […]

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EXPOSED: Nigeria’s Ministry Of Defence Appropriated $1.3m Instead Of $3,197 For UN Biological Weapon Convention In 2019

SaharaReporters has uncovered how Nigeria’s Ministry of Defence budgeted and received $1.3m for the payment of the United Nations 2019 Biological Weapons Convention instead of the $3,197 the country was billed. When converted to naira, the amount billed to Nigeria is N1,150,920 using the 2019 average exchange rate of N360 per dollar. The money was […]

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Kano Medical Doctor Dies Of Suspected Coronavirus

A Kano State-based medical doctor, Dr Naseer Adam, died on Saturday of symptoms suspected to be Coronavirus.  The deceased was reported to have managed a patient with acute respiratory infection three weeks ago before his own death.  The patient returned to the hospital again due to worsening breathlessness and after isolation, it turned out that […]

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