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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: FG begins probe of ex-Queen College’s principal over students’ deaths

    EXCLUSIVE: FG begins probe of ex-Queen College’s principal over students’ deaths

Adamu Adamu, minister of education, says his ministry has launched a fresh investigation into the deaths of students of Queen’s College, Lagos, in order to identify “those responsible” for the

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INVESTIGATION: The story of Lami Amodu, the QC principal who bought N17m SUV while students drank polluted water

    INVESTIGATION: The story of Lami Amodu, the QC principal who bought N17m SUV while students drank polluted water

In the first part of the CRY FOR JUSTICE series, TheCable unearthed the remote and immediate causes of the deaths of three students of Queen’s College, Lagos, highlighting how years

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INVESTIGATION: How Queen’s College students died tragically from years of corruption and negligence

    INVESTIGATION: How Queen’s College students died tragically from years of corruption and negligence

In this special investigation into the deaths of three students of Queen’s College, Lagos — Vivian Osuinyi, Bithia Itulua and Praise Sodipo — between February and March 2017, O’FEMI KOLAWOLE

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Succour for ‘abandoned’ victims of Rann accidental bombing

    Succour for ‘abandoned’ victims of Rann accidental bombing

The story never ends; after highlighting the major issues around the neglect of victims of the January 17, 2017 Rann accidental bombing, via a string of stories — Tears From

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LIST: 126 civilians killed in Rann bombing — families yet to be compensated

    LIST: 126 civilians killed in Rann bombing — families yet to be compensated

On January 17, 2017, the skies above Rann, the headquarters of Kala Balge local government area, went from blue to

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Okpalaeke, Onigbinde challenge journalists on investigative skills, use of data

    Okpalaeke, Onigbinde challenge journalists on investigative skills, use of data

Three-time CNN Journalist of the Year, Declan Okpalaeke, and co-founder of BudgIT, Seun Onigbinde, have challenged journalists to deploy investigative

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CLOSE-UP: The boy who refused to join Boko Haram, says ‘I watched them slaughter my father’

    CLOSE-UP: The boy who refused to join Boko Haram, says ‘I watched them slaughter my father’

Before Rann and the entire local government called Kala Balge, Borno state, became known for the January 17 accidental bombing, it

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Rann victims: Finally, UMTH admits collecting N10m from FG, says N9.1m used for drugs

    Rann victims: Finally, UMTH admits collecting N10m from FG, says N9.1m used for drugs

The University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital (UMTH) has confirmed that the federal government, via the Victims Support Fund (VSF), released

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REVEALED: Not a single kobo for treating insurgency victims in 2009 to 2017 budgets

    REVEALED: Not a single kobo for treating insurgency victims in 2009 to 2017 budgets

There has been no provision for treating insurgency victims in any of Nigeria’s budget between 2009 and 2017, TheCable has

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TEARS FROM RANN (4): What no one ever told you about the air raid that killed refugees

    TEARS FROM RANN (4): What no one ever told you about the air raid that killed refugees

Nigeria has had all sorts of lows in the fight against insurgency in its north-east region, but the country seems

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