Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi is a multimedia investigative freelance journalist, from and based in Nigeria.

Her investigative reports have broken records in which the government in turn changed decisions in favour of the people.

Currently, Elfredah is the virtual content creator for Ifollowthemoney/Connected Development,  a non-profit organisation in Nigeria that focuses on tracking public funds as well as hold government accountable.

An Accountaprenuer, a 2020 cohort of Accountability Incubator  of Accountability Lab Nigeria, a non-profit organisation whose headquarters is in America and is focusing on building and development young and willing Nigerians ready to demand accountability and transparency,  and a 2019 fellow of the Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism with support for FreePress Unlimited.

Elfredah has been commissioned several grants and has always delivered to tell the agreed story, and currently stringing for the BBC, Africa on COVID-19.

She has honed her skills in reporting by attending different media training from reputable media and non-media organisations like HEDA Resource Centre, BBC, Thomson Reuters Foundation, The International Press Centre, Lagos among others.

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Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi

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Stolen at sea: illegal Chinese transshipment activities in Ghana and Nigeria

  • Corruption
  • Ecology
  • Environment
  • Industry

ACCRA, ABUJA – This investigation exposes a hidden network of Chinese control and ownership of many industrial fishing vessels operating in Ghanaian and Nigerian waters in contravention of local laws.