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HumAngle, the African Daily newspaper is founded by two Nigerian investigative journalists, Obiora Chukwumba, PhD and Ahmad Salkida. Both journalists are leading a reporting team committed to the reporting of conflict, insecurity, and human rights across Africa.

For the founders, to secure the editorial and financial independence of HumAngle is vital to achieving the publication’s lifelong objective of promoting humanitarian values and an educated, innovative population in Africa.

HumAngle is committed to telling the story of our people, for our people across Africa. We are bringing in unique insights, relying on hard-won sources, especially from areas considered inaccessible because of violent conflicts.

We are also asking development sectors and governments tough questions to get answers that address issues that have hindered development and security on the continent.

Our fact-checking team is pioneering a-round-the-clock work of gatekeeping on misinformation and fake news in conflict environments— all to ensure you are as informed as you can be.

Arising from the foregoing, we are depending on the understanding and benevolence of readers like you to safeguard our editorial independence and equip our correspondents who are in conflict areas.

With your donation, you are securing the future of a robust, free, and independent media. Your contract with us by way of your support means that we can pursue stories and get results without bounds and limitations.

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