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‘Above The Law’: How Nigeria Football Federation exploits ‘borderline’ status to mismanage funds
The EFCC said it uncovered multi-million-dollar fraud in the finances of the NFF upon investigation and has charged some of the officials to court.
EXCLUSIVE: Attorney General Malami moves to ‘frustrate’ NBC DG’s N2.5 billion corruption trial
Anti-graft detectives are resisting suspected high-wired politics that threatens another corruption case involving a senior Buhari administration official.
How LASU pro-chancellor, VC diverted N198 million staff pension to buy luxury vehicles
The LASU management distributed the vehicles, bought from pension funds of the general staff, to senior officials.
PrEP: HIV ‘prevention’ drug many Nigerians need, don’t know about and can’t afford
The medication, which prevents infection from HIV is not readily available in many healthcare facilities.
How FCT minister, agencies, ‘frustrated’ installation of world’s biggest billboard in Abuja
The shoddy handling of the approval for the construction of the billboard by Abuja city officials has cost a company at least N800 million.
SPECIAL REPORT: Audit reports indict Nigeria’s Surveyor-General of multi-billion naira contract frauds, theft
Contractors were paid hundreds of millions without doing any work and purchased vehicles were stolen, the auditor-general stated in its reports.
SPECIAL REPORT: Lagos ramshackle school where hoodlums defecate in classrooms
About 66 years after it was established, Methodist Primary School, Ewu Tuntun, has received little or no attention from the government.
Global Fund for Health: How seven African countries squandered millions of foreign aid
An audit report last year revealed how aid money disappeared in the hands of corrupt officials
SPECIAL REPORT: Inside the unsafe haircutting practices in Nigeria (2)
Despite the prevalence of these practices in some parts of Nigeria, experts highlight the risks.
EXCLUSIVE: Meet the Four Army Officers Ordered to Truncate 2015 Presidential election
The officers were ordered to trigger confusion and violence in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, to stalemate the 2015 presidential election.
SPECIAL REPORT: Nigeria’s four seasons of lavishness with N15.46 trillion Excess Crude Fund
Nigeria earned $109.37 billion, approximately N15.274 trillion, as excess crude money between 2004 and 2018.
How corruption whistleblowers are victimised in Nigerian agency, NBET
NBET also repeatedly refused the directive of the power ministry not to victimise the whistleblowers.
EXCLUSIVE: How four Army officers scuttled plans to stall 2015 presidential election
This revelation indicates that former President Jonathan accepted defeat in the 2015 presidential election as his key allies strategised to cause confusion.
INVESTIGATION: NBET boss, Marilyn Amobi, enmeshed in multiple corruption allegations
The MD she said she would not comment on any of the allegations because the issues are in court.
Inside Gov. Emmanuel’s industrial ‘revolution’ in Akwa Ibom
In about four years, Mr Emmanuel, a former bank director, has strengthened the oil-rich state’s economy by setting up several medium-sized manufacturing firms.
EXCLUSIVE: Why we increased expatriate card fee — Nigeria govt
A prominent lawyer is seeking a probe into the collection of the controversial fees.
Fact-Check: How true is Nnamdi Kanu’s claim Atiku is from Cameroon?
Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential candidate, is from Jada in Adamawa State.
INVESTIGATION: How violence between herders, farmers injured many, destroyed homes, displaced scores in Oyo
The violence in three communities in Oyo State has taken an ethnic turn between Yoruba and Fulani communities.
SPECIAL REPORT: Inside the enduring, unsafe razor shaving practice in Nigeria (1)
Findings in major Nigerian cities of Abuja, Ibadan, Kaduna and Lagos reveal a dark age barbering method plagued with unsafe practices.
SPECIAL REPORT: Nigerians pay billions as equalization yet fail to buy petrol at equal prices
A PREMIUM TIMES analysis shows that, in 2017, a total of N183 billion was paid by Nigerians who bought petrol from different parts of the country.
Top police squad under fire for seizing slain suspect’s asset, pocketing millions in rent
The Intelligence Response Team earned nationwide accolades for busting ‘Evans’ and other notorious gangsters, but rights groups are unimpressed.
EXCLUSIVE: Agency headed by Buhari’s in-law caught in another massive procurement fraud
Border Communities agency shortlisted over 800 unqualified contractors for multi-billion Naira contracts. Only 173 of 988 shortlisted contractors met the minimum threshold under federal procurement regulations.
ANALYSIS: How Nigeria’s defence fared in three years of Mansur Dan Ali’s leadership
Mr Dan Ali appears to have pursued a fairly conventional, at times controversial, national defence policy.
How federal projects initiated by Saraki are abandoned, poorly implemented (2)
Despite multi-million naira funding, residents say the projects that should have helped them have failed to materialise.
EXCLUSIVE: How agency headed by Buhari’s in-law is violating Nigeria’s procurement law
The agency has been shortlisting unqualified companies for federal contracts.