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‘I personally evacuated the dead bodies of my two sons’ — father recalls when Boko Haram killed 58 Buni Yadi students

    ‘I personally evacuated the dead bodies of my two sons’ — father recalls when Boko Haram killed 58 Buni Yadi students

Before the Chibok girls, there were the Buni Yadi boys. Four years ago, Boko Haram insurgents attacked and killed 58 male students of  Federal Government College, Buni Yadi, Yobe state, for

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‘Boko Haram killed 29 students and lined up their bodies in front of the hostel’ — Buni Yadi massacre revisited

    ‘Boko Haram killed 29 students and lined up their bodies in front of the hostel’ — Buni Yadi massacre revisited

Before the Chibok girls, there were the Buni Yadi boys. Four years ago, Boko Haram insurgents attacked and killed 58 male students of  Federal Government College, Buni Yadi, Yobe state, for

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EXCLUSIVE: FG panics as Azura Power, Seven Energy default on foreign loans

    EXCLUSIVE: FG panics as Azura Power, Seven Energy default on foreign loans

Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, has moved to forestall a major international setback for Nigeria following an imminent default in private sector loans guaranteed by the federal government. TheCable understands

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This boy wants to join the army to avenge his father’s murder by Boko Haram

    This boy wants to join the army to avenge his father’s murder by Boko Haram

Ibrahim Buppa is only 16, but what he has seen in his teens is more than what many have seen in old age. He was 13 when Boko Haram insurgents

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INVESTIGATION: ‘I like school but mother says look for food first’ — how hunger pushes IDP children to menial jobs

    INVESTIGATION: ‘I like school but mother says look for food first’ — how hunger pushes IDP children to menial jobs

There are 4.4 million Nigerian children in desperate need of humanitarian assistance in the northeast. Reporting from five internally displaced

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‘No food, no school’ — how herdsmen shattered the lives of Benue children

    ‘No food, no school’ — how herdsmen shattered the lives of Benue children

Oundudu, an 11-year-old girl should have seen it all, that evening when herdsmen attacked her village in Guma local government

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INVESTIGATION: The technical college where practicals are rare and teachers buy chalk

    INVESTIGATION: The technical college where practicals are rare and teachers buy chalk

A science and technical school has one major goal: to train students to become self-reliant and self-employed. TheCable discovers a

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EXCLUSIVE: How minister’s son-in-law got million-dollar ‘non-performing’ concession

    EXCLUSIVE: How minister’s son-in-law got million-dollar ‘non-performing’ concession

Cornelius Adebayo, former minister of communications, granted a long distance licence to Phase3, a company owned by his son-in-law, Stanley Jegede

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UNDERCOVER: In Ebonyi, orphans and little kids are mining in the pits of death

    UNDERCOVER: In Ebonyi, orphans and little kids are mining in the pits of death

Story Highlights Mining is a family business in some poor communities in Ebonyi Encouraged by their low rates, artisanal miners

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Panel begins probe of sexual harassment, cholera deaths at Queen’s College

    Panel begins probe of sexual harassment, cholera deaths at Queen’s College

The panel set up by the ministry of education to probe sexual harassment and cholera outbreak at Queen’s College, Yaba,

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