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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.

‘Extortion’: INEC withdraws two officials from Benue LG office — after TheCable’s report

    ‘Extortion’: INEC withdraws two officials from Benue LG office — after TheCable’s report

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it has withdrawn two of its officials who were exposed for demanding payment for voter registration. The commission announced its decision in a

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EXPOSED: INEC officials demand payment before PVC registration in Benue LG

    EXPOSED: INEC officials demand payment before PVC registration in Benue LG

BY AWO JAIRUS Amid the advocacy for inclusive and widespread participation in the 2023 elections, officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Benue state are demanding payment from

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FG begins construction of new snakebite treatment centre — after TheCable’s report

    FG begins construction of new snakebite treatment centre — after TheCable’s report

The federal ministry of health has commenced the construction of a new snakebite treatment centre in Sepeteri, Saki east LGA, Oyo state. The development is coming two months after TheCable

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INSIDE STORY: How women are tackling poverty through shea butter business in Niger

    INSIDE STORY: How women are tackling poverty through shea butter business in Niger

Many see shea butter as a pale solid fat with an unbearable stench, but women in Kodo – a village in Bosso LGA of Niger – occupy themselves with its

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‘Blame poor border demarcation’ — Customs reacts to TheCable’s investigation on fuel smuggling

    ‘Blame poor border demarcation’ — Customs reacts to TheCable’s investigation on fuel smuggling

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) says poor border demarcations are major challenges affecting the fight against the high rate of

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MUDDLED (II): Police ‘charge ₦800k’ to probe student death, vital evidence disappears

    MUDDLED (II): Police ‘charge ₦800k’ to probe student death, vital evidence disappears

As cases of student death become more magnified, largely due to social media outrage, the efforts, actions and inaction of

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MUDDLED (I): Shallow police probes, corruption frustrate Nigeria’s student death cases

    MUDDLED (I): Shallow police probes, corruption frustrate Nigeria’s student death cases

In the last two years alone, there have been a number of questionable deaths involving secondary school students across Nigeria,

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UNCOVERED: Health workers demand payment for ‘free’ malaria drugs in Kwara, Osun, Borno PHCs

    UNCOVERED: Health workers demand payment for ‘free’ malaria drugs in Kwara, Osun, Borno PHCs

In November 2021, Babagana Zulum, Borno governor, uncovered two primary health centres (PHC) in the state where officials were found

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UNDERCOVER: Bribes, cartel and conspiracy… inside Nigeria’s booming petrol smuggling trade

    UNDERCOVER: Bribes, cartel and conspiracy… inside Nigeria’s booming petrol smuggling trade

The inscription on his shirt was glaringly ironic: ‘Say no to crime’. But Officer Monday and the caption were worlds

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REPORTER’S DIARY: Four years tracking ‘stateless Nigerians’ through the paths of death

    REPORTER’S DIARY: Four years tracking ‘stateless Nigerians’ through the paths of death

This journey began in January 2017, at a time when the Nigerian military said it had “accidentally” bombed a civilian

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