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13 Dec
While information circulating on social media is sometimes easy to believe, false alarms have become inevitable. One such false alarm is the rumored deaths of notable individuals. Not only does this info travel fast, but they are also mostly untrue. making it severe. Here are the top 7 people to have been rumoured dead in Nigeria and which of these people were you also connived into believing they were dead?
20 Nov
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines medical tourism by our Nigerian leaders. The multi-award-winning journalist with The Guardian Nigeria says it is time to stop medical tourism.
17 Nov
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the race to become the next Nigeria Senate President and Speaker House of Assembly. The multi-award-winning journalist with The Guardian Nigeria asks: 10th National Assembly: Who is on Nigeria's side?
4 Nov
Meet Vanessa, the 21-year-old behind the Nela Designs, who also doubles as a registered Nurse. She shares some of the highs and lows in her journey, her dream of writing a book, and organising a runway exhibition amongst other things.
1 Oct
Nigeria’s global impact on fashion and lifestyle cannot be underestimated. From the attire adorned with vibrant colours and intricate designs to the modern styles seamlessly blending tradition and contemporary elements, Nigeria’s fashion has captured the attention of the world.
28 May 2023
As we bid President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, a professor, goodbye till we meet again, it is fitting to ask the outgoing President for an update on one not-so-popular but so-significant promise he didn’t fulfill to Nigerians and humanity: the release of Ms. Leah Sharibu The Guardian, Nigeria had in 2019 tagged her as ‘A goddess of resistance.’
6 May 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja is back and in this week. The multi-award-winning journalist with The Guardian Nigeria takes a look at over-bloated Nigeria's Ministry of Information.
30 Apr 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja is back and in this installment of the show, the multi-award-winning journalist with The Guardian Nigeria takes a look at why the Buhari-led Presidency is afraid of the Public Procurement Council.
23 Apr 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja is back and in this installment of the show, the multi-award-winning journalist with The Guardian Nigeria takes a look at 'The law interpreters and 25%of Abuja votes' and why the incoming administration should do something about the status of Abuja.
16 Apr 2023
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja is back and in this installment of the show, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian take a look at Federal Character. What do you think?

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