FACT CHECK: Did Obi’s lawyers inform court that LP’s star witnesses were sick?
FACT CHECK: Did CBN devalue the Naira to 630/$1?
FACT CHECK: Multiple false claims trail Emdee Tiamiyu’s controversial BBC interview
FACT CHECK: Did Nigeria spend $10 billion on fuel subsidy in 2022 as claimed by Shettima?
FACT CHECK: Completion of Second Niger Bridge, other legacy infrastructure projects
FACT CHECK: Reducing terrorism and banditry
FACT CHECK: Provision of Enabling Environment for Private Sector Business
FACT CHECK: Did Buhari’s Administration Provide Succour for Poor Nigerians to Earn a Living
FACT CHECK: Nigeria’s Economy had Become Resilient to External Shocks due to Policies Put in Place by the Outgoing Administration.
FACT CHECK: Did Buhari, Dabiri describe Nigerians as lazy, cultists and drug dealers?
FACT CHECK: Does picture show a charging cord attached to Bola Tinubu’s arm?
FACT CHECK: Bode George makes multiple claims, how true are they?
FACT CHECK: Is the use of phones disallowed at the presidential election petition tribunal?
FACT CHECK: Bola Tinubu won only five states in the 2023 presidential election?
FACT CHECK: Did Ganduje Mention Plans To Scuttle Presidential Tribunal Verdict In Leaked Audio?
FACT CHECK: Femi Adesina made multiple claims in his fact sheet, how true are they?
FACT CHECK: How true are these claims by Ben Ayade?
FACT CHECK: Did security agents prevent Peter Obi’s supporters from accessing the Tribunal Court?
FACT CHECK: Garba Sheu releases press statement with multiple claims
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