Opeyemi Kehinde

Opeyemi Kehinde is a Professional Fact-Checker, Multimedia Journalist, and Editor of the FactCheckHub.

FactsMatterNG, 38 others get Google/YouTube grant from IFCN

FactsMatterNG, a Nigerian digital-driven organisation that supports fact-checking amplification across social media platforms, is among the 39 organisations from 34 countries that receive a...

EXPLAINER: What you need to know about QR code phishing

RECENTLY, the  Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) announced the suspension of Ejikeme Mmesoma from writing its Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for three...

False Claim on Tinubu attributed to the Nigerian Fact-Checkers Coalition

THE attention of the Nigerian Fact-Checkers Coalition (NFC) has been drawn to a disturbing false claim attributed to our team of fact-checkers. The bogus fact-check...

Disinformation in Brazil election: Lessons for Nigeria ahead of 2023 polls

For fact-checkers across the world, election season comes with an enormous task, as it is often characterised by misinformation and disinformation. And the October...

Old video of crowd booing Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq circulates online

A VIDEO showing Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq reportedly being booed while trying to address a gathering at a public event has circulated online. In the trending video,...

Two ICIR fact-checks shortlisted for Global Fact 9 award in Norway

TWO fact-checks published by the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR), have been shortlisted for the Global Fact 9 award in Norway. The reports were...

LIVE FACT-CHECK: Ekiti Governorship Election 2022

Here are quick fact-checks on the 2022 Ekiti State Governorship Election filed by our reporters: MISLEADING: Image of Peter Obi sharing money NOT related to...

2023 elections: Did Ayade lose APC senatorial ticket in Cross River?

As political parties held primary elections on Saturday, May 28, 2022, ahead of Nigeria's 2023 general elections, a news report circulating online claimed that...

Beware! ‘Tinubu Support Fund’ post in circulation is FALSE

A WHATSAPP post in circulation says Bola Tinubu Support Organisation (BTSO) is giving out N25,000 to every Nigerian citizen. The post, retrieved from a WhatsApp...

Can neem, bitter leaves, Tagiri, others prevent, cure COVID-19?

TWO videos tweeted by one of the first-class traditional rulers in Nigeria claimed that a combination of African herbs, roots and leaves was the...

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