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Birth registration is low in Imo, Rivers; and govt. officials are responsible
@NPCNigeria @PoliceNG @Fmohnigeria @nighealthwatch @WHO @UN @UNICEF_Nigeria @FordFoundation…
Only 2.8M under-five children out of a population of 32 million in Nigeria have birth certificates. According to the law establishing the birth registration scheme in Nigeria, birth registration is free, and any child not registered legally does not exist
ON Thursday morning, at 8:00 am, March 14th, The ICIR reporter arrived at Isiala-Mbano Primary Health Care in Osu Isiala- Mbano Local Government of Imo State, the veranda of the health centre serves as the reception, with two long benches that had turned black with age.
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For many years, @DanaAir, a domestic airline operator in Nigeria, raised millions of naira through inflight donations to Sri Sai Vandana Foundation, an illegal organisation that was not registered until Oct 2018 after #TheICIR started its investigations into the airline’s charity
ABOUT halfway through the Lagos-Abuja @DanaAir flight, after serving snacks and beverage, a plea comes for passengers to donate to charity & a member of the cabin crew thereafter goes through the aisle, handing down envelopes to passengers that indicate interest
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NIGERIAN security operatives, fake federal, state and local govt revenue officials and gangsters extort over N5.8 billion annually from traders conveying livestock from the far North to the country’s South-South and South East states, an investigation by #TheICIR has revealed.
With a minimum of 400 truckloads of cattle leaving the North to the 11 South-South and South East states weekly, traders pay a minimum of N300, 000 per truck in illegal levies, fees and taxes.
@officialEFCC @PoliceNG @HQNigerianArmy
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How Nestle Nigeria contaminates water supply of its host community in Abuja
@Nestle @NestleCWAR @CPCNig @FMWRNigeria @PoliceNG @hrradiotv @cislacnigeria…
ON April 14, 2016, @Nestle Nigeria assembled a team of geological experts, businessmen and politicians to witness the commissioning of a N5.6 billion water factory in Manderegi, an agrarian community in Abaji local government area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
At the event, Nestle Nigeria promised to provide free access to potable water for not fewer than 1,000 residents of the community and improve technical competencies locally by establishing a technical training centre for the youths in Abaji.
@Nestle @NestleCWAR
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