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12 Sep 16
Police forces arbitrarily arrest and extort money from ordinary citizens.
12 Sep 16
State agencies accused of failing to fulfil their mandate.
8 Sep 16
Corruption and mismanagement leaves army ranks woefully under-resourced.
5 Sep 16
Government agencies accused of diverting supplies meant for the six northeastern states.
19 Aug 16
Tensions are rising between Fulani pastoralists and villagers in the country’s southwest.
16 Aug 16
Prisoners still suffer appalling conditions despite legislative changes
9 Aug 16
With little oversight, some religious leaders said to exploit their positions.
8 Aug 16
Investigation reveals that many women and girls never inform the authorities.
5 Apr 16
Despite state investment, residents struggle with water shortages and dilapidated housing.
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