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11 Jul 2021
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have questioned the utilisation of about $51.05 billion committed to the fight against COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria and other African countries.
13 Jun 2021
The Founder, Follow The Money, Hamzat Lawal, yesterday, disclosed that through Twitter, the accountability body had tracked government’s funds by blocking financial leakages to the tune of $113m.
10 Mar 2021
Anti-corruption activist and founder of Follow The Money, Hamzat Lawal, has emerged a finalist in the Swedish WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award.
6 Sep 2020
Confident, self-assured, dependable and go-getter perfectly describes the man that is Hamzat Lawal but when we ask him to describe himself, he is short of words. “Hmmm, this is interesting, I have to tell you about myself outside of what I do,” Lawal, the 2019 United Nations SDG Actions Award winner says. A few more…

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According to a court document made public, a Spanish court formally ordered Colombian superstar Shakira to stand trial on charges that she failed to pay 14.5 million euros ($14.31 million) in income taxes. Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, the 45-year-old singer of "Hips Don't Lie," turned down a chance to settle the case in July, which…
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A Spanish court has ordered Colombian music superstar Shakira to stand trial on charges of fraudulently failing to pay 14 million euros in tax, filings showed Tuesday.
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You might want to think about munching on a few nuts whenever you feel a bit hungry if you've been seeking for a nutritious snack. Nuts have been discovered to be among the healthiest snack foods available since they are packed with beneficial fats. Of course, you could always grab a few almonds or cashews…
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Nigeria rice farmer Adamu Garba squelched barefoot through his paddy fields, surveying damage from devastating floods that have destroyed farmland across the north of the country.
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Meta said Tuesday it derailed a campaign out of China to influence upcoming US elections by posing as people in the United States taking sides on "hot button" issues.