Linus Unah

About the Author Linus Unah

Linus Unah is a young freelance journalist based in Enugu, Nigeria. He writes for Youth Journalism International, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation and African Arguments. He graduated from the University of Nigeria’s Department of Mass Communication in July 2016. He likes travelling around Nigeria to cover neglected issues relating to health and education.

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Rescuing Africa from the Jaws of Corruption

The fight against corruption in Africa has been slow and arduous. So, when the African Union marked the first African Anti-Corruption Day on 11 July 2017, declaring its commitment to fighting corruption, it is no surprise that not many were excited about the declaration. Linus Unah looks at the attempts by various countries to combat corruption to figure out if these governments are serious.

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Diversion of funds and relief materials for IDPs fuels humanitarian crisis in Nigeria

Government officials in Nigeria have been accused of diverting money, food and relief materials meant for internally displaced persons (IDPs) affected by the Islamist group Boko Haram. This means that all the donations – especially those made directly to the government – might still not solve the humanitarian crisis in the north-east of the country.