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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.

INSIDE STORY: Ebonyi communities where neighbours have been killing each other for decades

    INSIDE STORY: Ebonyi communities where neighbours have been killing each other for decades

Fidelis Ebenyi looks hastily into the open compound and makes his way inside through the backdoor. The compound and homes around it are deserted. Everywhere is quiet and the chirping

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INSIDE STORY: How police ignored alert on bandits’ presence — a day before Kagara school attack

    INSIDE STORY: How police ignored alert on bandits’ presence — a day before Kagara school attack

For 11 hours, armed bandits moved freely towards Kagara community in Rafi local government area of Niger state before invading Government Science College (GSC), where they abducted 42 people —

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Niger governor: Kagara students have not been released

    Niger governor: Kagara students have not been released

Abubakar Bello, governor of Niger state, says the Kagara students have not been released but the state is doing its best to ensure the students are released within “the next

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EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Children abducted from GSC Kagara — and what they left behind

    EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Children abducted from GSC Kagara — and what they left behind

TheCable has obtained exclusive pictures of a student and other children that were abducted from the staff quarters of Government Science College, Kagara, Niger state. During a visit to the

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MORNING AFTER: Survivors, parents recount horrors of Kagara abductions

    MORNING AFTER: Survivors, parents recount horrors of Kagara abductions

On a regular Thursday, Government Science College, Kagara, will be buzzing with activities — but today, silence reigns supreme. The

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INVESTIGATION: Nigeria spends millions cleaning oil spills — but illegal refiners are still in business

    INVESTIGATION: Nigeria spends millions cleaning oil spills — but illegal refiners are still in business

The sunrise in the morning of June 2, 2016, did not only bring vitamin D; it also brought hope to

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INVESTIGATION: How extortion, inadequate PPEs sabotage Nigeria’s fight against Yellow fever, Lassa fever amid COVID-19

    INVESTIGATION: How extortion, inadequate PPEs sabotage Nigeria’s fight against Yellow fever, Lassa fever amid COVID-19

To ascertain Nigeria’s response to Yellow fever and Lassa fever amid the coronavirus pandemic, JAMES OJO went undercover to Enugu

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Female IDPs get N250,000 grant after story on their recovery effort

    Female IDPs get N250,000 grant after story on their recovery effort

BY TITILOPE FADARE  Sana’ada Ilimi Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, has given a N250,000 grant to five female internally displaced persons

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SPECIAL REPORT: How female IDPs are getting back their livelihoods

    SPECIAL REPORT: How female IDPs are getting back their livelihoods

BY TITLOPE FADARE When Liyatu Ayuba arrived at Durumi settlement in Abuja, after fleeing a Boko Haram attack in Gwoza,

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INVESTIGATION: Nurses turned cleaners — and other sour tales from hospitals raising quacks in Akwa Ibom

    INVESTIGATION: Nurses turned cleaners — and other sour tales from hospitals raising quacks in Akwa Ibom

When Happiness aced her Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) in 2018, she was set for the next challenge: taking the

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