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ABOUT POLICY RADAR INITIATIVE (PRIN)

The Policy Radar Initiative (PRIN) is a project of the Cable Newspaper Journalism Foundation (CNJF) supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Its purpose is to “support investigative journalism in Nigeria and to educate the public and other important audiences about issues related to corruption, with a focus on the electricity and education sectors”. Content is editorially independent. Published materials are not the views of the MacArthur Foundation.

EXCLUSIVE: Disquiet as NDPHC guarantees N7bn bank loan for private firm

    EXCLUSIVE: Disquiet as NDPHC guarantees N7bn bank loan for private firm

The Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited (NDPHC) has controversially guaranteed a N7 billion loan to a private company, ASolar Systems Nigeria Limited, under the Solar Power Naija programme, TheCable

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INVESTIGATION: Rivers residents ‘dying slowly’ as illegal oil refining worsens soot pollution

    INVESTIGATION: Rivers residents ‘dying slowly’ as illegal oil refining worsens soot pollution

Nmesoma Esther and her siblings were lost in their world as they roamed their three-bedroom flat. With little to worry about, they giggled at intervals and bounced around with reckless

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INVESTIGATION: Extortion, inflated costs… the Nigerian marriage registry where fraud is a norm

    INVESTIGATION: Extortion, inflated costs… the Nigerian marriage registry where fraud is a norm

While the federal government has reduced the fees for registering marriages in Nigeria, corrupt officials of marriage registries have continued to extort prospective couples by charging above the official rate

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AFTERMATH: The victims of banditry in north-west and ruins left behind

    AFTERMATH: The victims of banditry in north-west and ruins left behind

How does one begin to console a man who watched his four children killed by bandits? Rabiu Isa did not just lose his four children when bandits attacked Talli Mahuta,

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BANDIT ROUTES: How Nigeria’s porous border with Niger fuels attacks in north-west

    BANDIT ROUTES: How Nigeria’s porous border with Niger fuels attacks in north-west

BY CHINEDU ASADU AND TUNDE OMOLEHIN Sani Umar, like other residents of Batsari in Batsari LGA of Katsina state, has

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PHOTOS: Ebonyi residents displaced by communal clash

    PHOTOS: Ebonyi residents displaced by communal clash

Tears, anger and pain were written all over the faces of residents in Ebonyi as they narrated their experience escaping

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TheCable Documentary: The bloody communal clash that has displaced ‘thousands’ in Ebonyi

    TheCable Documentary: The bloody communal clash that has displaced ‘thousands’ in Ebonyi

From the burning of police stations and the high court to the killing of policemen and the maiming of citizens,

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QUEST FOR BETTER LIFE: How youths are deserting Kogi village renowned for traditional medicine

    QUEST FOR BETTER LIFE: How youths are deserting Kogi village renowned for traditional medicine

Ofabo, a rural community in Ofu LGA of Kogi state, is predominantly populated by Igala people and is renowned as

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INSIDE STORY: Open defecation, water scarcity… how Sokoto students succumbed to cholera

    INSIDE STORY: Open defecation, water scarcity… how Sokoto students succumbed to cholera

12:31pm. It’s a sultry Friday afternoon. Lean and tall but with a steady gait, Mustapha Muazu leads TheCable into his

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RETURN OF PYRAMIDS: How a controversial policy helped Nigeria become Africa’s largest rice producer

    RETURN OF PYRAMIDS: How a controversial policy helped Nigeria become Africa’s largest rice producer

Under sweltering conditions in Birnin Kebbi, Kebbi state capital, President Muhammadu Buhari on November 17, 2015, launched the Anchor Borrowers’

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