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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.

Aghatise: What employers must do for employees to survive COVID-19

    Aghatise: What employers must do for employees to survive COVID-19

Onyeka Aghatise, human relations manager with one of the big four international energy companies, has prescribed how Nigerian businesses need to do to maintain the wellbeing of their workforce throughout

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Follow The Money saved govt N50bn in 2019, says Hamzat Lawal

    Follow The Money saved govt N50bn in 2019, says Hamzat Lawal

Hamzat Lawal, the founder of Follow The Money International, says his social accountability movement saved the Nigerian government N50 billion, which could have been wasted in 2019. Speaking via TheCable

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The Azura $1.2bn affair: Five questions for presidential adviser

    The Azura $1.2bn affair: Five questions for presidential adviser

Ahmed Zakari, special adviser to the president on infrastructure, on Wednesday made a number of claims on the Azura power project. In a press statement, Zakari, who works in the

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DOCUMENTS: How Nigeria signed itself into $1.2bn trouble with Azura Power

    DOCUMENTS: How Nigeria signed itself into $1.2bn trouble with Azura Power

On August 21, 2015, the federal government signed partial risk guarantees (PRGs) with the World Bank to provide backing for the privately-owned Azura-Edo Power. PRGs are a suite of agreements

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Presidency source’ lied — Azura $1.2bn deal was signed in August 2015

    EXCLUSIVE: ‘Presidency source’ lied — Azura $1.2bn deal was signed in August 2015

An unnamed presidency source told reporters on Sunday that the Azura Power deal was signed by the government of President

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Andrew Nevin: Nigeria’s N2.3trn COVID-19 stimulus isn’t enough

    Andrew Nevin: Nigeria’s N2.3trn COVID-19 stimulus isn’t enough

Andrew Nevin, the chief economist for PwC Nigeria, says Nigeria’s approved N2.3trillion COVID-19 fiscal stimulus is small when compared to

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NCAA: Chartered flights will resume when operators meet COVID-19 protocols

    NCAA: Chartered flights will resume when operators meet COVID-19 protocols

Sam Adurogboye, the spokesman of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), says chartered flights will resume once operators have met

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INSIDE STORY: The N13.5bn civil war between Adeleke’s power plants, NERC and NBET

    INSIDE STORY: The N13.5bn civil war between Adeleke’s power plants, NERC and NBET

When the next managing director of the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET) assumes office, one of the knotty issues

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Vivour-Adeniyi: It’s a myth — Lagos study shows people don’t get raped for how they dress

    Vivour-Adeniyi: It’s a myth — Lagos study shows people don’t get raped for how they dress

Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi, the coordinator of the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT), says a study by the

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EXCLUSIVE: Accugas moves against Nigeria over Calabar GenCo’s debt

    EXCLUSIVE: Accugas moves against Nigeria over Calabar GenCo’s debt

Accugas Ltd, gas supplier to the Calabar Generation Company Limited, has issued the dreaded “notice of non-payment” to the Nigerian government

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