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False claim circulates online that Nigerians will now pay $15,000 bond to get US visa

Multiple posts on social media platforms claim that Nigerians will pay fifteen thousand Dollars- bond to the U.S. government as a "new rule" to...

Is voting compulsory in Australia?

An image has been shared repeatedly on social media alongside a claim that voting is compulsory in Australia. The post as seen on WhatsApp on...

Claim that Dubai banned Nigerians from entering the city due to alleged criminality is FALSE

By Olayinka SHEHU. BLESSING Ramoba, a South African, in a Twitter message on July 10 made a claim that  Dubai had banned Nigerians from entering the city. Ramoba, who...

Is NIMC behind mobile app capable of integrating BVN, NIN and other security numbers?

A viral social media post pulled from the WhatsApp platform on July 27, says the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), an agency under the Presidency has...

Report that Osinbajo advised FG to suspend NYSC for two years is FALSE

ON June 16, several news platforms and blogs reported that the Nigeria Economic Sustainability Committee (ESC), Chaired by the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, recommended...

Is United Nations creating a new country out of Nigeria, Cameroon?

THE Guardian (Nigeria) newspaper on Friday, June 5, 2020, reported that “By July 10 this year, Nigeria may lose 24 local councils, by way of...

Flair Aviation is German-based, not UK as claimed by Aviation Minister

Impounded aircraft is owned by Flair Jet Limited, a UK company CONTRARY to claim by Hadi Sirika, the Minister of Aviation that the “impounded Flair Aviation” is...

Has FG implemented 14 of 15-point demand by JOHESU? No

By Chikezie OMEJE. Isaac Adewole, the Minister of Health, has claimed that the Federal Government has implemented 14 of the 15-point demand that prompted the strike...

Nigerian Embassy debunks claim that US is set to give 5,000 Nigerians work visas for 2 years

By Amos ABBA. A FACEBOOK post has been circulating on social media stating that the United States, US, government had made an announcement to grant 5,000...

FACT CHECK: No social media bill before NASS and three other recent lies from Lai Mohammed

By 'Kunle ADEBAJO. NIGERIA’s information and culture minister Lai Mohammed, during a recent visit to London, was featured by Deutsche Welle (DW) in an half-hour-long interview the German...

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