Foundation for Investigative Journalism

The Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) is an independent, not-for-profit organization that combats injustice, holds power to account and speaks for the voiceless. Founded in June 2020, FIJ seeks to uncover the truth by bypassing officialdom and neutralizing propaganda, and making it accessible to the public in a way that eases and influences their everyday

Foundation for Investigative Journalism

The Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) is an independent, not-for-profit organization that combats injustice, holds power to account and speaks for the voiceless. Founded in June 2020, FIJ seeks to uncover the truth by bypassing officialdom and neutralizing propaganda, and making it accessible to the public in a way that eases and influences their everyday

Qosim Suleiman

Qosim Suleiman is an education reporter with Premium Times. Prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member,, Suleiman was a 2020 fact-checking fellow with Dubawa, a project of the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism, where he contributed to the curbing of information disorder in society. He was also involved in several reportages,

Chiamaka Okafor

Chiamaka is a diaspora reporter and opinion writer with Premium Times. Before becoming a Report for the World corps member, Okafor covered issues ranging from health and human rights to politics and gender inclusion. She has also gained technical experience in investigative journalism. She is a Thomson Reuters Foundation alumna and holds a Bachelor of

Premium Times

Premium Times is an investigative, multiple award-winning Nigerian newspaper established to help strengthen Nigeria’s democracy, advance the socio-economic wellbeing and rights of the people, and promote and enrich their cultural practices. Its key mission is to advocate for best practices, good governance, transparency and human rights, in line with the values expected of a modern

Premium Times

Premium Times is an investigative, multiple award-winning Nigerian newspaper established to help strengthen Nigeria’s democracy, advance the socio-economic wellbeing and rights of the people, and promote and enrich their cultural practices. Its key mission is to advocate for best practices, good governance, transparency and human rights, in line with the values expected of a modern

Vivian Chime

Vivian Chime is a Nigerian journalist with experience covering climate, global health, and development. Her journalism career started as a student journalist at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where she received a BA in Mass Communication. She has been a graduate trainee with the national newspaper The New Telegraph  and a legislative correspondent and on-air

Ayodele Oluwafemi

Before joining TheCable, Ayodele Oluwafemi was a reporter with the Cable Newspaper Journalism Foundation (CNJF), under the Policy Radar Initiative (PRIN), supported by the MacArthur Foundation. Ayodele joined CNJF in 2020, covering politics, health and education. He has also worked as a general assignment reporter for Peoples Guide newspaper and as a metro and politics

Taiwo Adebulu

Taiwo Adebulu is a Lagos-based journalist with seven years of experience in investigative and development journalism. He holds a bachelor degree in Language Arts from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, and a master’s degree in Communication Arts Education from the University of Ibadan (UI). In 2014, Taiwo began his journalism career as a freelance reporter

TheCable

Cable Newspaper Ltd was established on November 29, 2011 “to deliver knowledge-driven journalism in the pursuit of Nigeria’s progress”. TheCable.ng was launched on April 29, 2014 to drive the vision through online journalism. It aims to be the most respected online newspaper out of Africa.