Adamu Adamu

last updated 11/4/2017

Adamu Adamu

Partner at TheCable Company

General Information

Experience

Contributor - Whittier Daily News

Contributor - Pasadena Star-News

Contributor - Daily Breeze

Contributor - The Middletown Press

Contributor - New Haven Register

Next President - Newsdiaryonline

Contributor - Aiken Standard

Contributor - Northwest Herald

Contributor - Daily Chronicle

Contributor - WTVG

Friday Columnist - Daily Trust

Writer - The Associated Press

Chairman - The Christian Association of Nigeria

Commissioner - Deputy

Assistant Inspector - AIG

Minister - Federal Republic of Nigeria

Agent - Economic and Financial Crimes Commission

Affiliations

Member - U.S. House of Representatives

Secretary - UN

Recent News  

TheCable Policy Radar Archives - Page 3 of 3 - TheCable

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".
The three-year grant runs from January 2017 to December 2019. Taiwo Obe, founder and director of the Journalism Clinic, says Nigerian politicians are never exact in the use of figures and it is the job of journalists to dig deeper.Obe spoke on Friday while facilitating a workshop on data journalism organised by the Cable Newspaper Journalism Foundation (CNJF), a not-for-profit organisation and partner of TheCable newspaper.CNJF is one of the [...] Praise aspired to be like her dad. Adamu Adamu, minister of education, says his ministry has launched a fresh investigation into the deaths of students of Queen's College, Lagos, in order to identify "those responsible" for the tragedy. ami Amodu, the principal of the school at the time of the deaths, will now come under investigation.Speaking with TheCable on Thursday, Adamu said the first phase of the investigation [...] In this second part, O'FEMI KOLAWOLE digs deeper into the life and times of Lami Amodu, PhD, [...] In this special investigation into the deaths of three students of Queen's College, Lagos -- Vivian Osuinyi, Bithia Itulua and Praise Sodipo -- between February and March 2017, O'FEMI KOLAWOLE unearths the history of rot, negligence, corruption and regulatory failure that prepared the way for the tragedy. The story never ends; after highlighting the major issues around the neglect of victims of the January 17, 2017 Rann accidental bombing, via a string of stories -- Tears From Rann -- the Victims Support Fund (VSF), which was set up by the federal government in 2014, said it had given N10 million to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital [...] day after the accidental bombing, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), an international humanitarian non-governmental organisation, said an estimated 50 people were killed and about 120 injured.International [...] oth men spoke in Lagos on Friday at the inaugural investigative journalism training organised by the Cable Newspaper Journalism Foundation (CNJF), a not-for-profit organisation and partner of TheCable newspaper.CNJF is one of [...] Before Rann and the entire local government called Kala Balge, Borno state, became known for the January 17 accidental bombing, it was a peaceful home to thousands of Nigerians most of whom spoke Kanuri, Shuwa, Kotoko and a little Hausa. NOTE: The black market rates represent the most prevalent. ON THE GO Black Panther, Royal Hibiscus Hotel... 10 movies you should see this weekend | PHOTOS: Jonathan hosts Obasanjo in Otuoke | Obasanjo: I'd commit suicide if there's no hope for Nigeria | Nigerian stabbed in South Africa |

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TheCable Policy Radar Archives - Page 2 of 2 - TheCable

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".
The three-year grant runs from January 2017 to December 2019. Zamfara state government has done little or nothing on the recommendations submitted by a 24-man committee tasked, in 2012, to carry out an extensive assessment of the state's primary education, TheCable can report.Carved out of Sokoto state in 1996, Nigeria's north-western state of Zamfara, since creation, has been on the list of educationally less developed states. Taiwo Obe, founder and director of the Journalism Clinic, says Nigerian politicians are never exact in the use of figures and it is the job of journalists to dig deeper.Obe spoke on Friday while facilitating a workshop on data journalism organised by the Cable Newspaper Journalism Foundation (CNJF), a not-for-profit organisation and partner of TheCable newspaper.CNJF is one of the [...] Praise aspired to be like her dad. Adamu Adamu, minister of education, says his ministry has launched a fresh investigation into the deaths of students of Queen's College, Lagos, in order to identify "those responsible" for the tragedy. ami Amodu, the principal of the school at the time of the deaths, will now come under investigation.Speaking with TheCable on Thursday, Adamu said the first phase of the investigation [...] In this second part, O'FEMI KOLAWOLE digs deeper into the life and times of Lami Amodu, PhD, [...] In this special investigation into the deaths of three students of Queen's College, Lagos -- Vivian Osuinyi, Bithia Itulua and Praise Sodipo -- between February and March 2017, O'FEMI KOLAWOLE unearths the history of rot, negligence, corruption and regulatory failure that prepared the way for the tragedy. The story never ends; after highlighting the major issues around the neglect of victims of the January 17, 2017 Rann accidental bombing, via a string of stories -- Tears From Rann -- the Victims Support Fund (VSF), which was set up by the federal government in 2014, said it had given N10 million to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital [...] NOTE: The black market rates represent the most prevalent. ON THE GO Saraki to IGP: Court cannot stop your probe | Buhari writes national assembly, to present Budget 2018 Tuesday |

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Yabatech dismissed lecturer for exposing corruption - AFRICMIL -

The African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL), has called on the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, to urgently intervene and void the sack of a lecturer, Mr Joseph Akeju, whose appointment was terminated by the governing council of Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Lagos, for exposing corrupt practices at the institution.
Mr. Akeju, a Chief Lecturer in the Department of Accountancy at Yabatech was dismissed for seven years for using his position then, as bursar, to expose corrupt practices at the College. AFRICMIL said the continuous intimidation of Nigerians who have chosen to expose corruption will not only be a setback for the anti-corruption fight, but will also make it difficult for anyone to blow the whistle. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.megaiconmagazine.com as the source. A House of Representatives member, Rep. Aminu Shagari (Sokoto-APC), on Monday said President Muhammadu Buhari's intention to seek re-election in 2019 was a good development ... A House of Representatives member, Rep. Aminu Shagari (Sokoto-APC), on Monday said President Muhammadu Buhari's intention to seek re-election in 2019 was a good development ... Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address loading Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.

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