Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Abiose Adelaja Adams

    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (two euros per minute)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (two euros per minute)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (The morning after the wreck)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (The morning after the wreck)

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    African investigative journalists must be smarter than these thieves, says Anas

African investigative journalists must be smarter than these thieves, says Anas

Anas Aremeyaw Anas, renowned investigative journalist, says as corrupt persons are getting smarter and more brazen, investigative journalists ought to change their tactics, and get smarter. The Ghanaian journalist said this at the Africa Investigative Journalists Conference, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Amid issues of ethical questions about subterfuge reporting, the future of investigative reporting in Africa,  Anas, said undercover reporting is the [...]

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (One suicidal day at sea)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (One suicidal day at sea)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (95 days a slave)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (95 days a slave)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Silhouettes of desire)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Silhouettes of desire)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Crocodile at home, lizard abroad)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Crocodile at home, lizard abroad)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (I will miss Uju)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (I will miss Uju)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (No strings attached)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (No strings attached)

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    How ‘touts’ connive with health officials to rip off yellow card applicants in Lagos

How ‘touts’ connive with health officials to rip off yellow card applicants in Lagos

For years, the process of obtaining yellow card in Nigeria has been fraught with irregularities. Applicants have complained about corruption and disregard for international vaccination rules. When the federal government introduced the new e-yellow card, many heaved a sigh of relief but findings by TheCable show that the process is still mired in controversies.August 1, 2018 marked the official expiry [...]

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (As the Romans do)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (As the Romans do)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Empty castles, empty vessels)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Empty castles, empty vessels)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Becoming pretty angel)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Becoming pretty angel)

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Slippery through the sleaze)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Slippery through the sleaze)

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    Uncompleted and abandoned, rural electrification projects are failing in Cross River

Uncompleted and abandoned, rural electrification projects are failing in Cross River

Settlers of Ikot Okpora in Cross River state have turned the national grid’s transmission lines which carry 33,000 volts of electricity into clothesline. ABIOSE ADELAJA ADAMS, finds in this village, as well as in others, that the federal government's electrification projects that aim to empower rural dwellers are uncompleted and abandoned.In 2005, the Nigerian Rural Electrification Agency (REA) was set [...]

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    TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Chapter I)

TCL Fiction: After these eerie days (Chapter I)

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