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COVID-19  – CALL FOR FREE TREATMENT AT UNTH- Chinelo Ozoalor Phil-Opara 

COAL Enugureviving the moribund industry …. Chinelo Ozoalor

Strike by Doctors in Enugu ….Christian Nwangene

The high cost of rental apartments Evelyn Awunor

Lebanese raped and impregnated his Nigerian house help …. Mary Fatile

Neco Exam Leaks 1...Chinelo Ozoalor

Neco Exam Leaks 2Chinelo Ozoalor

ESWAMA Enforcement …  Chukwubike Madu

Market Pollution At Ogbete, Enugu 1,2,3 ... Chinelo Ozoalor

Homelessness ... Evelyn Awunor

Police Brutalization …  Mary Fatile

  • COVID-19  – CALL FOR FREE TREATMENT AT UNTH…2020

As claims and counter claims range over the provisions made to the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Isolation and Treatment Centre Ituku Ozalla, Enugu State, Patients at the centre have called for the quick resolution of the matter to enable them to enjoy free treatment as being provided in the other three centers in the state.

They made their feelings known to Correspondent Chinelo Phil-Opara who visited the centre to find out the extent the support received had translated to care and support for the patients.

  • NECO EXAM -PAPER LEAK  – 2019

The National Examinations Council, NECO 2018 exams may have been made nonsense of by gross malpractice, including paper leak. It has been confirmed that there exist some websites where interested candidates access genuine question papers and answers ahead of any paper. Our Correspondent Chinelo Ozoalor and Christian Nwangene who investigated the matter report that interested candidates pay a token ranging from four hundred naira to one thousand five hundred naira of GSM recharge cards voucher to access the question papers and answers, Audio Report

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  • NECO EXAM PAPER LEAK –  THE FOLLOW UP 2019

Barely a week after radio nigeria broke the news of alleged gross malpractice in the ongoing National Examination Council, NECO 2018 Examinations , more revelations have emerged even as little or nothing seem to have been done to block the sites. Correspondent Chinelo Ozoalor has a follow up on the matter….Audio Report
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  •  ESWAMA ENFORCEMENT (2019 Report)

Some residents of Enugu metropolis have called on the Enugu State Government to restructure the enforcement arm of the Enugu State Waste Management Agency (ESWAMA) to give it a human face. They made the call following recurring mass arrests and alleged Mal-handling of people by the  Enforcement Team on raid of offenders.

Correspondent Chukwubuike Madu reports that the recent case was mass arrests of residents of Onyiuke Street as well as those of Portharcourt Street and Agbani Road Enugu, who paid between ten and twenty thousand naira to regain their freedom.
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MARKET POLLUTION AT OGBETE (PT. ONE) [2019 Report]

Chapters two and eleven of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended, guarantees the right of citizens to descent environment. But recent development in Ogbete Main Market Enugu where waste believed to be flowing out from a septic tank around the area into the market seems to negate this provision. In this right report, correspondent Chinelo Ozoalor examines the cause of the problem.
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 MARKET POLLUTION AT OGBETE (Pt. 2)

Two weeks ago, we brought you a report on the spillage in Ogbete Main Market, in which waste from the septic tank of the Nigerian Prisons Enugu State Command, flowed into the market. In this follow up report, Correspondent, Chinelo Ozoalor brings update on the situation.
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 MARKET POLLUTION AT OGBETE (Pt. 3)

The waste flowing from the septic tank of the Nigeria Prisons Enugu into Ogbete Main Market has persisted, despite promises by the State Government to nip the problem in the board. Human Rights Correspondent, Chinelo Ozoalor reports that the market which accommodates tens of thousands of people, is now faced with another round of pollution from the septic tank.
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HOMELESSNESS

The increasing incidents of people who roam the streets of Enugu without reasonable places of abode is now an issue of concern. These Nigerians have virtually turned Bus-stops, abandoned public and private building including markets into residential areas. Correspondent, Evelyn Awunor, who has been following the development closely, seeks to find ways of checking the problem.
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POLICE BRUTALIZATION

A 28 Year old undergraduate , Michael Bamisaye who is currently battling with wounds allegedly  inflicted on his head by 3 policemen attached to Airport command,  is asking the Inspector General of police and relevant authorities to fish out the officers  to face justice. Correspondent Mary Fatile has the rest of the story.
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HIGH COST OF RENTAL APARTMENTS

The high cost of rental apartments is depriving  the average Nigerian of houses built by the Government and Private Developers. Correspondent Evelyn Awunor investigated the issue and now report.
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LEBANESE RAPE MULTI DOOR (pt 1)

A case of rape resulting to the birth of a baby girl between a 52 year old Lebanese, Ali Hussein, and his 17 year old house help Rodah Timothy is now before a Lagos multi door court house. However Mr. Hussein has agreed to pay the sum of 300 thousand naira for breaching Tai custom. Correspondent Mary Fatile who has been following the story now reports.

LEBANESE HOUSE HELP REPORT (pt. 2)

The Nigerian Immigration Service is investigating the case of a 56year old Lebanese who allegedly raped and impregnated his Nigerian house help of seventeen (17) years Rodah Timothy in Ikeja Lagos According to the Assistant Comptroller General of Immigration Zone A Mr Musa Maza the Lebanese was accused of maltreating 17year old Rhodah after which he sent her away from her job with =N=19,000 as two months salary to take care of herself. Correspondent Mary Fatile reports.
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LEBANESE RAPE PROTEST (pt 3)

Members and association of Tal community Pankshin local government area of Pleateau State Lagos state branch trooped out carrying placards protesting the where about of 17year old Rodah Timothy asking for justice to prevail. Correspondent Mary fatile who has been monitoring the story reports.
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LEBANESE RAPE PROTEST (pt 4)

Members of the Tai Community development association in Lagos have carried out another protest  march along Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos. The action was aimed at stopping a Lebanese, Mr. Ali Husein, who resides in the area and who allegedly raped his house-help, Rhoda Timothy, from running away with the baby born out of the pregnancy. Correspondent Mary Fatile, who has been following the story, now reports.
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STRIKE BY DOCTORS IN ENUGU

The strike action embark upon by the Nigerian Medical Association of Nigeria NMA has entered its seventh day today. The industrial action no doubt has impacted negatively on the economy particularly on the informal sector. In this report our correspondent Christian Nwangene who visited some hospitals in Enugu Metropolises and nearby towns examines the implication of the industrial action on the people.

 

HEALTHCARE IN ENUGU

Residents of Enugu metropolis have lamented the deplorable condition of some of the health facilities in the area. They made the observation while speaking with Radio Nigeria correspondent Chidinma Ujoh who was on a fact finding visit to some of the centres.
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Nigerian Coal Corporation Enugureviving the moribund industry

Coal, a very popular solid mineral under the Nigerian Coal Corporation Enugu was one of the country’s major revenue earner and employer of labour in the Nineteen sixteen and Nineteen seventy’s. Correspondent Chinelo Ozoalor in this report examines why this solid mineral has been abandoned and the need to revive the moribund industry in line with the current economic diversification agenda of the Federal Government.
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