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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: Qua Iboe power project stalls as FG weighs liabilities

    EXCLUSIVE: Qua Iboe power project stalls as FG weighs liabilities

The progress of the Qua Iboe Power Plant (QIPP), which is expected to generate 540 megawatts of electricity when completed, has been stalled because the federal government is unable to

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EXCLUSIVE: FG, QIPP begin negotiations on ‘take or pay’ power deal

    EXCLUSIVE: FG, QIPP begin negotiations on ‘take or pay’ power deal

After initial delays, the federal government and promoters of the Qua Iboe Power Plant (QIPP), a private generating company, have commenced negotiations over a power purchase agreement (PPA) for the

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Conflict in a Pandemic (II): The deserted villages of Southern Kaduna where only the brave dare reside

    Conflict in a Pandemic (II): The deserted villages of Southern Kaduna where only the brave dare reside

Abandoned homes, deserted compounds and desolate communities are, nowadays, common scenes in parts of southern Kaduna. Insecurity-fuelled fear has forced many residents — mostly women and children — to find

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Conflict in a Pandemic (I): The Southern Kaduna children and women devastated by a wave of killings

    Conflict in a Pandemic (I): The Southern Kaduna children and women devastated by a wave of killings

The echoes of conflict tend to reverberate long after the drums of war are beat and have faded. The victims of strife are often the weak, disenfranchised and powerless. In

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No evidence coronavirus can be transmitted through breast milk, says breastfeeding expert

    No evidence coronavirus can be transmitted through breast milk, says breastfeeding expert

Tolu Olufunlayo, a senior lecturer at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, says breastfeeding mothers may not have to

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EXCLUSIVE: Accugas issues new deadline to FG — after receiving N13.6bn arrears

    EXCLUSIVE: Accugas issues new deadline to FG — after receiving N13.6bn arrears

Federal government has settled N13.6 billion of outstanding invoices Accugas Ltd for gas supply to the Calabar Generation Company Limited,

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EXCLUSIVE: Power minister launches moves to pay disputed N13.5bn to Adeleke’s power plants

    EXCLUSIVE: Power minister launches moves to pay disputed N13.5bn to Adeleke’s power plants

Sale Mamman, minister of power, has launched moves to pay the disputed N13.5 billion claims to power plants owned by

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EXCLUSIVE: FG adopts emergency measures as Azura burden bites harder

    EXCLUSIVE: FG adopts emergency measures as Azura burden bites harder

With the monthly obligations to the privately-owned Azura Power Plant continuing to hurt the nation’s finances, the federal government has

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Sterling Bank MD: More banking services can be digital NOT just payments

    Sterling Bank MD: More banking services can be digital NOT just payments

Abubakar Suleiman, the managing director of Sterling Bank, says the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the need for other aspects of

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INTERVIEW: Qua Iboe power project fits perfectly into Buhari’s initiative, says director

    INTERVIEW: Qua Iboe power project fits perfectly into Buhari’s initiative, says director

Longe Yesufu Alonge, a director with Qua Iboe Power Plant (QIPP), gives a broad insight into the 540MW power project

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