Our Sources


We believe in transparency and providing accurate information to our readers. The data we use to support our articles are sourced across the web from reliable government or non-profit making organizations in the U.S., UK, Nigeria, Canada, and across the web.

Below, you’ll find a list of some of the sources we rely on to create the content you see on our blog:

Expert Interviews: We often conduct interviews with experts in various fields to gain insights and expertise on specific topics. These interviews provide firsthand knowledge and unique perspectives.


Government and Non for Profit Websites: We rely on reputable government websites for factual information and statistics on topics such as health, education, and demographics. Such as:

  • census.gov
  • nigerianstat.gov.ng
  • usafacts.org
  • statcan.gc.ca
  • govspend.ng
  • gov.uk

News Outlets: We follow trusted news outlets for the latest developments and news stories related to the topics we cover. Some of the outlets we frequently reference include:

  • TheCable,
  • Forbes,
  • Punch, and
  • Investopedia.

Academic Institutions: We look to respected academic institutions for research studies, reports, and whitepapers that contribute to our content.

Publicly Available Data: We utilize publicly available data sources such as surveys, polls, and datasets to support our claims and arguments.

Internal Expertise: Our team consists of subject matter experts who contribute their knowledge and expertise to our content creation process.

At INFOMEDIANG, we are committed to providing accurate, well-researched, and informative content to our readers. If you have any questions or concerns about our sources or would like further information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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