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How Travelers, Transporters Fail To Take Precautions Amid Increasing Cases

For Twentyten Daily, Tijani Abdulkabeer and Matthew Piponsuhu, visited various parks in Ogun State, Southwest Nigeria, to observe the ignorance of travelers and transporters to COVID-19 protocols during the festive season despite recording increasing cases in the state.  The number of new COVID-19 cases in Ogun State leveled up between… You must be registered to […]Read More

Twentyten Daily Celebrates Its First Anniversary!

TwentyTen Daily is celebrating its first anniversary, a milestone marked by many exciting moments with its own fair share of highs and lows. Over the past one year, with its team made up of journalists, data visualization experts and media innovators. It has extensively published in-depth data-driven stories and reports under a wide range of verticals […]Read More

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Meal For Learning (3): Traders Struggle To Stock Their Shops

For Twentyten Daily, Taiwo Babatunde visited market places around tertiary institutions and spoke to traders on the increase in food prices and how it is affecting the growth of their businesses Ugwu Jullieth is a trader at Oye market in Ekiti where she sells rice, beans and other food items.… You must be registered to […]Read More

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Meal For Learning (2): Market Prices Stiffen Cooking Process, Alternative

For Twentyten Daily, Abdulsemiu Monsuroh highlighted how Nigerian students are finding it difficult to adjust to the increasing food prices despite having income from their sponsors (parents/guardians). For Kabirat Arowona, a part two undergraduate of Pasture and Range Management at the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta(FUNAAB), cooking with Liquefied Petroleum… You must be registered to […]Read More

How Journalists Accessed COVID-19 Vaccination In Nigeria

This story is a result of Orodata’s Micro-Grant support to journalists to produce in-depth investigative and data-driven stories on thematic areas like Development, Healthcare, Covid-19, and Covid-19 Vaccine. After registering online for the COVID-19 vaccination in March 2021 as directed by the Lagos State Government, the Deputy Editor of NewDawn Newspaper, Charles Okogene waited to […]Read More

How Poor Funding For Research, Low Technology Contributed To Lack

This story is a result of Orodata’s Micro-Grant support to journalists to produce in-depth investigative and data-driven stories on thematic areas like Development, Healthcare, Covid-19, and Covid-19 Vaccine. “Nigeria Institute of Medical Research is surviving on international grant. There is no budgetary provision for NIMR. Majority of the things they are using are programmed and […]Read More

Living On The Fringe: Sad, Sorry world Of Sokoto’s Almajirai

This story is a result of Orodata’s Micro-Grant support to journalists to produce in-depth investigative and data-driven stories on thematic areas like Development, Healthcare, Covid-19, and Covid-19 Vaccine. Around noon sometime in April 2021, Salisu* was sitting under the shade of a mango tree to ease himself off from the Sokoto sun. When this reporter […]Read More