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Hamzat Lawal

11 Nov
Acting Canadian High Commissioner, Kevin Tokar, and Chief Executive of non-governmental organisation, Connected Development (CODE), Hamzat Lawal, have described the data representing Nigeria’s position..
1 Nov
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) under the auspices of Not Too Young To Run Movement have vowed to challenge the purported impeachment of the Speaker, Plateau State
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.
6 May 2021
Despite budgeting billions of naira for new housing schemes, the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing has no record of homes built and sold in six years under the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.
23 Apr 2021
A social accountability initiative, Follow The Money have questioned the method adopted by the federal government in it's Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programme aimed at cushioning the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable Nigerians. Follow The Money founder, Hamzat Lawal, who made the claims at a conference on COVID Transparency and Accountability Project in Abuja,…
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.
31 Oct 2020
A social accountability initiative, Follow The Money, has called on the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate Government Ministries...
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…
19 Apr 2017
he Nigeria-based advocacy group, Connected Development (CODE) has walked away with the ninth ONE Africa Award.
18 Jul 2016
The intrigues that have characterized a devastating outbreak of lead poison that killed 28 children and left over 300 hundred others with high level contaminants ...


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