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FG Begins Probe of MDAs Over ICPC Report on Ghost Workers

...Plans to establish job centres in 774 LGAs By Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The federal government has said it has commenced investigations into a report by...

NDLEA ARRESTS ETHIOPIAN EX-CONVICT WITH COCAINE AT LAGOS AIRPORT

•••PICKS UP TWO WITH 18 RIFLES, CARTRIDGES An Ethiopian ex-convict, Onyeka Charles Madukolu, has been arrested at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja Lagos, for...

Reps begin probe of NNPC since 1990, members to resume legislative session Tuesday

The House of Representatives will on resumption from the two-month annual vacation commence an investigation into the activities of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation...

FBI Declares Chidozie Collins Obasi Wanted For Defrauding New York Of Over $30m During COVID-19

...faces 621 years in prison. The United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero has announced that Chidozie Collins Obasi, 29, of Nigeria, was charged by Indictment...

Military Corruption Is To Blame For Nigeria’s Escalating Insecurity – ICPC

Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, the chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), said on Friday that corruption among the police, military, and civil workers is to blame for the country's escalating insecurity. "At face value, insecurity is seen as, and is sometimes treated as, a matter requiring only a military response or reaction, but an in-depth look into its possible root cause(s) shows that corruption is a major contributory factor to the continued existence and propagation of insecurity in the country," the ICPC Chairman said during a one-day "Policy Dialogue on Corruption and Insecurity in Nigeria" in Abuja. To effectively battle insecurity, we need the cooperative efforts of Security Agencies (the military, intelligence, Police, Customs, Prisons, and others), as well as Law...

EFCC arrests popular club owner, 21 others in Ibadan

By AKEEM ABAS EFCC has arrested one Sunday Adepoju, owner of the popular De Rock Club in Ibadan and 21 others over alleged internet-related fraud. Its...

EFCC DECLARES 2 WANTED FOR ALLEGED CASE OF CONSPIRACY AND STEALING

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has declared two Nigerians wanted in an alleged case of conspiracy and stealing to the tune of One...

OBI, AHMED DATTI HAVE NO BULLION VAN HISTORY OF QUESTIONABLE WEALTH, OBIDIENTS ATTACK TINUBU

By John Ugo The Media office of Obedient Movement loyal to the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) for the 2023 general elections, Mr....

2023: Tinubu campaign group asks INEC to disqualify Obi over Diaspora funding

THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been asked to disqualify Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi over Diaspora funding for his campaign. The call was...

EFCC arrests 41 suspected internet fraudsters in Anambra

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested 41 suspected internet fraudsters in Awka, Anambra State. They were arrested on Wednesday after intelligence revealed...

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JUST IN: Seven PDP BoT Members storm Rivers to woo Wike

Seven members of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party are currently in a meeting with Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State. Seven...

BREAKING: Scores of motorists, travellers feared dead in Borno bomb explosion

Scores of motorists and travellers were, yesterday, feared dead as they stepped on Improved Explosives Devices, IEDs, planted by terrorists, suspected to be members...

FCT ELECTION : APPEAL TRIBUNAL UPHOLDS HON CHRISTOPHER ZAKA MAIKALANGU AS AMAC CHAIRMAN

On Saturday 1st October 2022, The FCT Area Council Election Appeal Tribunal upheld Hon. Christopher Zaka Maikalangu of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as...

[email protected]: A nation or a state?

By ADE ADEFEKO It’s public knowledge that every October 1st, since 1960 when Nigeria secured its independence from Britain, has become a ritual of celebrations...

Anti-Corruption Group Withdraws Petitions Against JAMB Registrar, Warns Detractors

A prominent anti-corruption group and civil society organisation (CSO), Transparency Advocacy for Development Initiative (TADI), says it will withdraw all petitions written against Registrar...
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