Special Report

LIVES ON THE LINE (IV): Surviving in a dangerous media environment

By Patrick Egwu This investigation is on the unresolved killing of three Nigerian journalists while on assignments between 2019-2020. For six months, Nigerian investigative journalist,...

LIVES ON THE LINE (III): Precious Owolabi was killed covering a protest

By Patrick Egwu This investigation is on the unresolved killing of three Nigerian journalists while on assignments between 2019-2020. For six months, Nigerian investigative journalist,...

LIVES ON THE LINE (II): Alex Ogbu was telling a story but became the story

By Patrick Egwu This investigation is on the unresolved killing of three Nigerian journalists while on assignments between 2019-2020. For six months, Nigerian investigative journalist,...

Repressive laws expose Nigerian journalists to arrest, harassment and imprisonment

By Sultan Quadri For Daniel Ojukwu, being a journalist in Nigeria means he gets harassed, arrested and thrown in a cell for doing his job...

Wrongful arrests, trumped-up charges, unlawful detention, exposure to ill-treatment — how people held in connection with extraordinary #EndSARS protests are rotting in jail

Going home to meet his family with a smiling heart after a long day’s work, Robert Kpanou’s hands clenched to a polybag which contained...

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