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Flawed justice system: FG spends N7.6bn yearly on awaiting trial inmates’ feeding

In the last couple of years, overcrowding in Nigeria’s custodial centres has become a great burden on the justice system. In this investigation, JULIANA FRANCIS examines the staggering amount of taxpayers’ money spent on awaiting trial inmates, arising from poor administration of the justice system       Kevin Odu, 32, has been in prison […]

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Ebonyi: Brothers baying for blood over community land

Indigenes of Amagu, Ishiagu in Ivo Local Government Area of Ebonyi State and some people regarded as settlers are at daggers’ drawn over a vast land in the area measuring about 158 hectares, UCHENNA INYA reports Amagu community is blessed with arable land. A piece of such arable land is Ovumte land settlement located in […]

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Obawole: Neglected by banks, rescued by PoS agents

Ubiquitous access to financial services is one of the hurdles Nigeria has to cross to achieve her financial inclusion target. In this report, SAMSON AKINTARO examines how agency banking is saving a Lagos community from lack of access Sitting about five kilometres away from Ikeja, the Lagos State capital, Obawole community typifies a case of […]

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COVID-19 protocols: Police, prisons’ breach endangers accused, suspects’ lives (2)

The second wave of COVID-19 has been adjudged by experts to be deadlier, but shockingly the police in Lagos State are flouting the Coronavirus protocols, thereby endangering their lives and those of detainees. In this report, JULIANA FRANCIS looks at how police and the Nigeria Correctional Service breach COVID-19 guidelines with arbitrary arrests and frivolous […]

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COVID-19 protocols: Police, prisons’ breach endangers accused, suspects’ lives (I)

The second wave of COVID-19 has been adjudged by experts to be deadlier, but shockingly the police in Lagos State are flouting the Coronavirus protocols, to endanger their lives and those of the detainees. In this report, JULIANA FRANCIS looks at how police and the Nigeria Correctional Service breach COVID-19 guidelines with arbitrary arrests and […]

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Murdered in the line of duty

Recent attacks and killings of policemen and officers across the country are giving stakeholders the jitters, according to New Telegraph investigations These are certainly not the best of times for personnel of the Nigerian Police as many of them continued to come under violent attacks in different parts of the country. These attacks and killings […]

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Setting the pace for malaria burden reduction

Algeria is the second country in the World Health Organisation (WHO) African Region to be officially recognised as malaria-free, after Mauritius, which was certified in 1973. In Nigeria, achieving same feat may appear to be an arduous task, adapting to new malaria treatment guidelines, anticipating artemisinin drug resistance with a view to averting the trend, […]

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Vaccine, promising tool to eliminate malaria

In 2019, there were estimated 229 million cases of malaria worldwide while malaria deaths stood at 409,000. Children accounted for 67 per cent (274,000) of all malaria deaths worldwide. Both current and previous deaths have been a source of concern to the world community, especially how to curb the preventable mortality. Experts say wide use […]

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Ebonyi: Killing, arson, looting as brothers go to war (2)

The covenant between the two dominant clans to continue to co-exist as brothers and sisters at Effium community in Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State has been broken by carnage wrought by gladiators in the once peaceful community, writes UCHENNA INYA Also, Fidelis Onyeisi Ogala of the Effium extraction argued that the current crisis […]

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Ebonyi: Killing, arson, looting as brothers go to war (1)

The covenant between the two dominant clans to continue to co-exist as brothers and sisters at Effium community in Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State has been broken by carnage wrought by gladiators in the once peaceful community, writes UCHENNA INYA For its rich nature in agriculture and business, Effium, a popular community in […]

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