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CNTV DOCUMENTARY: MAKOKO (A SLUM AND A HOME)

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October 4, 2018

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A story to appreciate the spirit of the people of Makoko. A narrative that revolves around who they are, and what they stand for. And to also show that irrespective of what it looks like and what they go through, it’s still home, and they are a happy peo

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CNTV STREET FILES: Whistle blower policy

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May 5, 2017

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The the whistle blower policy is a newly implemented policy in Nigeria aimed primarily at curbing financial crimes in the nation’s economy. CNTV street files asks Nigerians what they think about the policy and its effectiveness so far.

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CNTV Street files: How can the Nigerian Police be more effective?

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December 9, 2015

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The Nigerian police is usually bashed by Nigerians for not being dutiful and effective in maintaining order. But speak to an officer, and they might tell you of how hard it is to work in a system that pays them so little. So with both parties views on the tabl

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CNTV Street Files: How Well Do You Know Nigeria?

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August 24, 2015

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How well do you know your country? CNTV was on the street asking Nigerians diverse simple questions which we easily assume that we all know. Imagine our surprise when most Nigerians fell short. Enjoy this episode of street files tagged Nigerian questions.

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CNTV Street Files: Do You Know Your Rights as a Nigerian?

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August 24, 2015

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If you knew your rights as Nigerian citizen, would you do or approach things differently? In this episode of Street Files, we asked Nigerians questions about their rights and their answers might shock you. Apparently, most Nigerians are not well informed about

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